OnePlus OxygenOS 12.1 Ultra-Smooth Refresh Rate, here’s how it works

Did you know your OnePlus (OxygenOS 12.1) smartphone has Ultra-Smooth Refresh Rate? YES! If I ask you how many times a day do you look at your smartphone? Whether it is from tens of thousands to hundreds of thousands, you should have an attractive and responsive screen.


At OnePlus, the company aims to make the best smartphone display that exceeds both standards. Instead of settling for vivid color and detail, our display technology is fine-tuned so every tap and tap is recorded without lag. Here are a few ways OnePlus optimizes your smartphone’s display to be high-end.

OnePlus OxygenOS 12.1 Ultra-Smooth Refresh Rate

The implementation of the high refresh rate display was OnePlus’ first breakthrough in creating the smoothest visual experience in the smartphone industry. In 2019, the OnePlus 7 Pro set the tone with the country’s first 90Hz fluid display.

OxygenOS 12.1 Ultra-Smooth Refresh Rate

And in 2022, the OnePlus 10 Pro pushed the boundaries even further with 120Hz panels. For reference, a standard smartphone screen refreshes at 50% or 60 Hz. In short, key animations are doubly intuitive, from high-intensity online games to social media feeds.

To match the Ultra-Smooth Refresh Rate, the OnePlus flagship has a high touch response rate, so it responds quickly to gestures and touches. This harmony of hardware and software is part of what we call a “Smooth Chain”.

OxygenOS 12.1 Ultra-Smooth Refresh Rate

With the OnePlus OxygenOS 12.1 Ultra-Smooth Refresh Rate, a Smooth Chain is a product development approach in which each part of the smartphone screen represents a link in the chain. All links must be made carefully and carefully to keep the chain secure.

There’s a reason the OnePlus Display consistently receives the highest A+ rating from DisplayMate. Not only have we created HDR 10+ and SGS-certified smartphones, but the company has also created products that complement and complement your lifestyle so you can do more and worry about one less thing.

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