- The OnePlus Nord will offer an OLED screen, the brand revealed on social media.
- This would continue the trend of OLED adoption that started with the OnePlus X.
- OnePlus previously said that all future phones would offer a 90Hz display at the very least.
OnePlus phones have offered OLED screens since 2015’s OnePlus X, offering deep blacks and lower power consumption in some scenarios. So it’s not exactly a surprise to see that the upcoming phone will offer the screen tech too.
OLED screens also enable the use of in-display fingerprint sensors, and we haven’t seen a physical fingerprint scanner on any of the images teased by OnePlus thus far. Therefore it’s reasonable to assume that the OnePlus Nord will have in-display authentication as well.
OnePlus hasn’t issued other screen details for the upcoming device, but the firm stated last year that all future phones would offer a 90Hz refresh rate at the very least. So we’re expecting a 90Hz refresh rate on the phone too. A teased image also points to a dual-selfie camera setup in a pill-shaped cutout.
The Chinese brand previously confirmed a Snapdragon 765G chipset and optical image stabilization on the main camera. Meanwhile, leaks point to a 48MP quad camera setup and a 32MP+8MP selfie setup. You can check out more OnePlus Nord rumors at the previous link, and more OnePlus coverage below.