Exciting details about the upcoming OnePlus 12, set to launch in China soon, are emerging. Tipster DigitalChatStation recently posted on Weibo, providing insights into the device's display and even sharing real-life images of the OnePlus 12 with its BOE X1 display.
Key features of the OnePlus 12 include a 6.82-inch 8T LTPO OLED display, offering a high resolution of 1,440 x 3,168 px and a remarkably smooth 1-120Hz refresh rate. The display, crafted by BOE, stands out with its impressive peak brightness of 4,500 nits in auto mode and 1,722 nits with the manual slider during regular use.
The leak also sheds light on the display's exceptional color performance, with an average Just Noticeable Color Difference (JNCD) value of 0.35. DisplayMate has awarded it an A+ certification for its outstanding brightness and color accuracy. Oppo's P1 display chip enhances eye protection, integrating with the screen and introducing 2,160Hz PWM dimming.
Adding to the display's capabilities, the new BOE-developed panel promises improved color accuracy through sunlight highlighting algorithms and single-pixel calibrating technology. OnePlus enthusiasts have much to look forward to with the OnePlus 12.
The insights shared by DigitalChatStation follow the news about wireless charging making a comeback, a feature missing in the OnePlus 11 and OnePlus Open. Even though we don't know the specific details about wireless charging yet, OnePlus fans are excited about its return. The China launch for the OnePlus 12 is on December 5, and it will be available worldwide in January, bringing a mix of strong performance and cool upgrades.