The OnePlus 12’s redesigned display will provide 90% better performance and 13% less power usage. The screen is capable of exceeding 2600 nits of peak brightness thanks to next-generation LTPO technology, which is somewhat less than the new ProXDR display.
OnePlus 12 Display Highlights:
- It is the first display from BOE to achieve a DisplayMate A+ rating
- Peak brightness far more than 2600nits
- Power consumption reduced by 18%
- New-gen LTPO with no flicker at full brightness
- It will feature BOE X1 OLED display
The OnePlus 12 has already been awarded DisplayMate’s A+ rating. This is the first 2K resolution display to receive a DisplayMate A+ certification. According to OnePlus, the X1 display panels offer 6 significant advancements and 9 firsts in the realm of brightness, eye protection, and longevity.
The X1 display is equipped with Oppo’s P1 display chip and extremely precise pixel calibration. Greater brightness, better image clarity, and less power consumption are all guaranteed with both of them. The X1 display is not only the first 2K resolution display to be certified but also holds 18 DisplayMate A+ records.
The fact that the “Orient” OLED panel will debut in the much anticipated OnePlus 12 is one of the most interesting aspects of this breakthrough. The device will have a 6.82-inch screen with a resolution of 3168 x 1440 pixels and support a 120Hz LTPO adaptive refresh rate. Design-wise, OnePlus appears to be modeling its phone after the OPPO Find X6 Pro (for inspiration of the chin and form), choosing a centred single punch-hole camera, and coming in black, white, and green.