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Doesn’t every OnePlus phone have to have a high refresh rate?


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  • The OnePlus executive has previously promised that future OnePlus phones will have fluid display technology.
  • However, the OnePlus Nord N100 has a 60 Hz LCD screen.
  • The company said Android Authority This promise is a reference to the major phones.

OnePlus Has a bumper year in terms of budget-centric devices. It released the first mid-range phone in five years OnePlus North And now it has been followed with two more budget phones OnePlus Nord N10 and N100.

The OnePlus Nord N100 is particularly interesting for the company, as it offers a 60 Hz LCD screen. This is significant because OnePlus promises to offer higher refresh rate screens on its future phones. Back in September last year.

“From now on, all future OnePlus smartphones will come with Fluid display technology,” said former OnePlus executive Carl P. Quoted as At the launch of OnePlus 7T India.

Does that mean the company will break its promise with the release of the OnePlus Nord N100? We asked OnePlus.

“Nord is a different product line and [the quote] This is a reference to our flagship devices from the OnePlus India launch, ”said a company spokesperson Android Authority.

The OnePlus executive did not explicitly mention the “flagship” when announcing that all future phones would offer Fluid Display Tech, and there was no nord line at the time of P’s announcement. The executive noted that the fluid display was “much higher” than having a high refresh rate screen, adding that “great panel,” performance and animations were also part of the technology.

However, because this exception is a little disturbing Oppo A53, Which seems to be the basis for the OnePlus Nord N100, however, offers a 90Hz refresh rate. It is possible that OnePlus will decide against a higher refresh rate due to performance or cost reasons, or want to separate the Nord N10 from the cheaper phone.

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