The OnePlus 8T was launched back in October 2020 and was a slightly more affordable and smaller version of the company’s high end OnePlus 8 Pro that had launched in August of the same year. The device is a flagship grade handset with top notch specs and was even reviewed by DxOMark, this time for its displays that received praises from the firm.
As per the DxOMark report, the OnePlus 8T’s display offered” good colors with a smooth touch.” The display on the smartphone is an AMOLED screen, which is covered with a Gorilla Glass 5. On the front, a 6.55 inch screen is housed with an 87 percent screen to body ratio. The resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels alongside an aspect ratio of 20:9 and a pixel density of 402 ppi and a high refresh rate of 120Hz.
Looking at the report, DxOMark reviewed the device on multiple fronts, which had it achieve an overall score of 89 points. This is just one point behind the Samsung Galaxy Note20 5G that is the leader in the list for DxOMark display list rankings. Notably, its score is also above the company’s flagship 8 Pro model. The 8T offered freat color and scored well in both motion and touch. DxOMark observed one of the bigger improvements being in video content, although, it lost some points in artifacts.
The review also found that both the 8 Pro and 8T struggle in the readability category, with DxOMark believing that the performance in this regard could be better overall. However, the device still performed well in low light conditions, with decent readability, accurate colors, and smooth touch response in every use case. But, it still lacked details in indoor and outdoor conditions at times, with videos sometimes being rather dim and a blue light filter also having a significant impact on color and readability.
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