After the release of OnePlus Nord N100, many users accused the company of lying, as the novelty, according to the specifications, received a screen of only 60Hz, although OnePlus promised not to release such devices anymore. But it turns out that the smartphone still has an increased scanning frequency.
What is known
Our colleagues at Android Authority received the device for review and found in the smartphone settings, the ability to select a refresh rate of 90 Hz. The journalists contacted the company and they confirmed that the device supports such technology. OnePlus added that the frequency will be subject to application settings and some restrictions. That is, you should not always wait for 90 Hz work. This is likely why there is no mention of this feature in marketing materials and official specs.
Recall the budget employee OnePlus Nord N100 debuted last month alongside the OnePlus Nord N10 5G. He got a plastic case, 6.52-inch HD + IPS display, Snapdragon 460 chip, 4GB RAM, 64GB ROM, 5000mAh battery and triple main camera with 13MP + 2MP + 2MP sensors. The novelty in Europe is now worth 200 euros.
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