OnePlus 9 Pro receives a DisplayMate A + rating, sets 13 records for execution

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The review of the OnePlus 9 Pro DisplayMate is released, which achieves an impressive A + result by setting or comparing 13 performance records on the smartphone’s display. It is known to be “visually indistinguishable from perfect” due to its color accuracy, contrast accuracy and intensity scale accuracy, the smallest change in peak brightness with the average level of the image content of the image (APL) and others. DisplayMate calls the OnePlus 9 Pro’s display “an excellent high-end smartphone display” for its bright color mode and accurate DCI-P3 content.

DisplayMate he says, “The OnePlus 9 Pro The display provides excellent image quality, has both natural sRGB and natural DCI-P3 modes and bright mode with a wide color gamut, has high screen brightness and low reflection, has good viewing angles and is a universal display with the best results for smartphones. The AMOLED Wide Gamut mode covers 139 percent of sRGB and 110 percent of DCI-P3, making the OnePlus 9 Pro’s color gamut one of the widest ever measured by DisplayMate.

The OLED display of the OnePlus 9 Pro performed very well in laboratory tests, with absolute color accuracy and image content accuracy. The screen of the OnePlus 9 Pro is brighter than OnePlus 8 Pro, with the ability to switch to different modes that give priority to either brightness or color accuracy. To test the brightness, the automatic brightness was turned off and the high brightness mode managed to reach a maximum brightness of 1655 nits.

The OnePlus 9 Pro display has also been evaluated to preserve the color gamut in bright internal and external lightning. It is said to have only 4.4 percent screen reflectivity, making it one of the best measured by DisplayMate. OnePlus 9 Pro has a 6.7-inch OLED display with 3K resolution full-HD + (1440×3,216 pixels) screen, 20: 9 aspect ratio and 120Hz screen refresh rate. The full review can be read on DisplayMate site.

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