DisplayMate, a display-testing company, confirmed that Samsung provides displays for the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro. The company actually shared a new post with more details when it comes to these two displays.
The OnePlus 8 series features “top tier” Samsung displays
DisplayMate notes that the OnePlus 8 displays are “top tier OLED display panels from Samsung Display”. You may also remember that the company gave both displays A+ ratings before launch, as they got to test them prior to the announcement.
Both displays either matched or beat a number of records, according to DisplayMate. We’re talking about 13 separate records here, which is a testament to these displays.
The OnePlus 7 Pro and 7T Pro had one of the best displays last year, if not the best ones. It seems like OnePlus decided to improve even more in that regard, though.
DisplayMate notes that both OnePlus 8 handsets have OnePlus Factory Display Calibration, and similar Display performance, functions, and features. The 8 Pro does offer higher-end specifications, though.
The company says that the new 120Hz display refresh rate on the OnePlus 8 Pro improves image scrolling and videos, plus motion and gaming performance in apps.
The OnePlus 8 Pro color accuracy & contrast are “visually indistinguishable from perfect”
The OnePlus 8 Pro offers very high absolute color accuracy at 0.3 JNCD. the company notes that its display is “visually indistinguishable from perfect”.
The display also offers very high image contrast accuracy and intensity scale accuracy, which is also “visually Indistinguishable from perfect”. This display can also get really bright, as it goes up to 1,444 nits in high ambient light.
DisplayMate released a ton of technical details on both of these displays. Some graphs have also been shared, although they’re really technical. We’ve included them in the gallery below, and if you need more information, click here.
Both the OnePlus 8 and 8 Pro include curved displays. The OnePlus 8 sports a smaller, fullHD+ panel, with 90Hz refresh rate. The OnePlus 8 Pro, on the other hand, comes with a QHD+ display, and 120Hz refresh rate.
To be accurate, the OnePlus 8 includes a 6.55-inch panel, while the ‘Pro’ model offers a 6.78-inch display. Both of those displays also offer great viewing angles, by the way.
The OnePlus 8 and 8 are currently available to pre-order. The price tags for these two phones start at $699 and $899, respectively. They’re more expensive in Europe, though, so keep that in mind.