OnePlus Nord N100 contains a 90Hz show, though it was marketed at launch with a regular 60Hz refresh charge, based on a brand new report. The budget-friendly telephone from the corporate was launched alongside the OnePlus Nord N10 5G (which did include a 90Hz show) final month. Now, a report quoting a OnePlus spokesperson says that the OnePlus Nord N100 does, in actual fact, include a 90Hz show, however does not at all times ship that framerate. The 90Hz choice was additionally reportedly seen in telephone settings in a tool within the UK the place it has launched.
OnePlus started becoming its telephones with excessive refresh charge shows beginning with the OnePlus 7 Pro that launched final 12 months. Even its budget-friendly OnePlus Nord and OnePlus Nord N10 5G include 90Hz shows. With the OnePlus Nord N100, the corporate marketed at launch that the telephone has a regular 60Hz refresh charge. Nevertheless, based on a report by Android Authority that claims the publication bought the telephone within the UK, it may affirm the 90Hz refresh charge assist.
“The N100 is supplied with a 90Hz show. Precise refresh charge will depend on settings, purposes used, and processing limitations,” the report quotes OnePlus. It additionally states that the corporate didn’t elaborate on why it initially mentioned the telephone has a 60Hz show.
The explanation for this may very well be the fundamental specs of the OnePlus Nord N100 that won’t be capable of ship the 90Hz expertise throughout all apps. The telephone is powered by octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 SoC, Adreno 610 GPU, and 4GB of RAM. It contains a HD+ (720×1,600 pixels) show. Nevertheless, the telephone does include the choice to change between 60Hz and 90Hz, and, as of now, it’s unclear what the implications of enabling 90Hz can be regarding the efficiency and the battery lifetime of the telephone.
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