The display details of the OnePlus 9 Pro were officially unveiled by the company before the launch of March 23. In a blog post, the company has confirmed that the upcoming OnePlus 9 Pro will offer a Low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) display with support for a relaxation rate of 120Hz. The panel will work on QHD + or 2K resolution, similar to the OnePlus 8 Pro smartphone.
To provide the best experience, the company provides high-quality hardware to users with the OnePlus 9 Pro. The phone also offers 10-bit colour depth support, 1300 nits peak light and HDR10 +. The device supports MEMC (Motion Rate, Motion Compensation), so sports content can be viewed at the most smooth frame rates.
The OnePlus 9 Pro will have a 360Hz touch response, which the company calls “Hyper Touch.” OnePlus promises that this feature will reach 30ms of latency in action games, which will help provide a better playing experience. OnePlus ensures that Hyper Touch support will provide 6X faster synchronization between display and processor compared to other devices.
By comparison, both the OnePlus 8 Pro and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra games have a 120Hz display with 240Hz touch screen parameters. It is noteworthy that Xiaomi’s Mi 11 provides a fast response with a 480Hz touch response. You still have to have a 360Hz touch response rate as you rarely get it.
One of the notable features is the OnePlus 9 Pro which will feature the LTPO OLED display which dramatically converts the refresh rate from 120Hz down to 1Hz, depending on demand. This will also save a good amount of battery life when viewing static content.
OnePlus said the OnePlus 9 Pro display “uses up to 50 per cent power while continuously delivering a 120Hz smooth viewing experience when needed.” By comparison, the lowest update rate for the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra is 10Hz.