OnePlus 7 Pro has a "record setting impressive" screen according to DisplayMate

14 May 2019
The detailed analysis reveals that it matches or sets 10 smartphone display performance records.

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  • Anonymous

Arif238, 15 May 2019Well My LG G6 cam is better than Oneplus 6t which I know f... moreNot to say your G6 cam is bad or anything, but the G6 was a phone that was released in 2017, 2 years before the OP7 Pro, and hence the performance of the camera was probably good when compared to the competition at THAT time, but now in 2020, when Huawei cameras exist, the OP7 Pro has much tougher competition than what your G6 faced 3 years ago. Hence, what MrMobile was implying was that the OP7 Pros camera doesnt really match up to the competition in 2019, but cameras from 2017 like your G6 are definitely no match from cameras launched in 2019

xcv, 15 May 2019You have no idea how brightness regulation work. S-AMOLED d... more7 pro does use dc dimming

  • Anonymous

xcv, 15 May 2019All those phones (OnePlus 6T, Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy... moreHave LG OLED on my mate 20 Pro good OLED panel and more brighter than mi9, S9 plus and note 9 super Amoled. But it does has greenish edge issue aka glue gate! unfortunately the LG OLED kinda better than BOE when it comes to white and overall brightness. Hope Apple and Samsung bring micro-led ASAP to replace OLED annoying issues.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 16 May 2019Pray tell how do we activate this 120 Hz mode, Mr LQv?Go to their page, must have tutorial there.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 16 May 2019Had XZ3 last yearLast year =/ 2016.
Seriously, you like showing off to people that you can't read.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 16 May 2019From XDA The Sony Xperia XZ Premium is a 2017 flagship ... morePray tell how do we activate this 120 Hz mode, Mr LQv?

  • Anonymous

ishreal, 15 May 2019You are out of your mind. Not a single Sony smartphone has ... moreFrom XDA

The Sony Xperia XZ Premium is a 2017 flagship that is most notable for its 4K HDR display, but there’s another hidden trick up its sleeve: Its display panel actually supports a high frame rate 120Hz mode like the Razer Phone. Rumors of this hidden screen mode have been floating around the Internet since around the time of the device’s launch, but because it requires a modification to the kernel to enable, not many users have been able to actually test it. Recently, however, we’ve been hearing that many users have started to test this hidden screen mode…and the results are pretty inconsistent, unfortunately.

"For context, the Xperia XZ Premium display panel supports 3 screen modes: 1080p@60fps, 2160p@60fps, and lastly the disabled 1080p@120fps mode. This disabled high frame rate mode can be enabled by reverting this commit to the display panel configuration in the kernel source code."

"It turns out that there are more Sony devices that have a hidden 120Hz display mode disabled by the kernel. XDA Recognized Developer Myself5 went digging into the source to confirm to us that the Sony Xperia X, Sony Xperia X Performance, Sony Xperia XZ, Sony Xperia XZ1, Sony Xperia XZ1 Compact, Sony Xperia XA2, and Sony Xperia XA2 Ultra all support this screen mode. Basically, any new Sony phone except for the Sony Xperia X Compact should support this mode."


  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 15 May 2019Did Sony have OLED screens in 2016???Had XZ3 last year

  • xcv

Anonymous, 15 May 2019Used to had eye strain when I used one plus 6T and never ha... moreAll those phones (OnePlus 6T, Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Galaxy S9 Plus and XiaoMi Mi 9) use low frequency PWM. They all have S-AMOLED displays made by SDC.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro uses low frequency PWM, too but amplitude curve is flat so in reality it's like it doesn't have it. Its OLED display is not made by SDC as it has different subpixel structure from S-AMOLED (it is either BOE or LGD i.e. lottery).

  • Anonymous

xcv, 15 May 2019You have no idea how brightness regulation work. S-AMOLED d... moreUsed to had eye strain when I used one plus 6T and never had an eye strain with my pervious S9 plus, note 9, mi9 and right now I’m using mate 20 Pro with LG OLED no eye strain.

  • Anonymous

[deleted post]By the way iPhone still has the best OLED around that doesn’t has any issue with burn in or black crash.

https://youtu.be/jaE5HtLVqGo

  • xcv

Anonymous, 15 May 2019There is no backlight on OLED of any type; they are self-em... moreYou have no idea how brightness regulation work. S-AMOLED displays use PWM but it's hidden from masses on purpouse. Yet, vast majority of LCD IPS-like panels ditched it and use DC.
https://www.oled-info.com/pulse-width-modulation-pwm-oled-displays

  • Anonymous

xcv, 15 May 2019DisplayMate = OLED propaganda site. Not a single word th... moreThere is no backlight on OLED of any type; they are self-emissive subpixels and don't require one.

CptPower, 15 May 2019Man by your comparison you want to say Apple buy their phon... moreHum, no?
Foxconn builds iPhones based on blueprints and parts sourced elsewhere. Same for Nokia, Lenovo and everyone else that doesn't use ODM devices.

  • Anonymous

Shadow Snypa786, 15 May 2019Its a samsung display panel not BOE :DIf it’s Samsung then why Samsung introduced with S10?!

  • Anonymous

Walter C. Dornez, 15 May 2019True. Still, sunlight legibility tend to be better on OLEDS.Yeah when brightness crank up to 630+ then yes.

  • xcv

DisplayMate = OLED propaganda site.

Not a single word that S-AMOLED uses Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM) for regulating backlight which causes screen flickering.

Well lower price than Samsung Sony or Apple and comparable display and other specs a nice addition Oneplus.
Congratulations.

ProJames-CHM, 15 May 2019Meh, it's more like they are the first to have bought this ... moreMan by your comparison you want to say Apple buy their phones from Foxconn aye???
Or Nokia bought from Foxconn same goes for Motorola phones bought from a Lenovo company.

  • Max

Nice hedging with that "_nominally_ infinite contrast". Unfortunately, in the real world, for whatever technical reason every single pixel of the screen gets ever-so slightly lit when on, even if it's supposed to be black and fully off. One can easily see this in a pitch black room, eg. when the phone boots - it suddenly goes from invisible to a sort of faint gray, and never goes back to pitch black again. Granted, as soon as there is something on the screen, one can no longer notice the glow as the lit pixels swamp it out - but the in-practice contrast, infinite it is not.