We already know that OnePlus is planning on slapping an ever higher 120 Hz refresh rate AMOLED display into the upcoming OnePlus 8 Pro.

Now, thanks to an alleged leaked hands-on photo courtesy of True-Tech.net, we’ve got a potential glimpse of the adjustable settings of that new display. On top of that, the leaked photo also gives us a slightly closer look at the in-display punch-hole camera notch.

From these settings we’ve gleaned that OnePlus doesn’t appear to be limiting screen resolution of the 120 Hz refresh rate. Although this is a pre-production unit, that’s a great sign, as it means we are likely to see 120 Hz on the QHD+ OnePlus 8 Pro display with no compromises.

Previous renders also suggest that the OnePlus 8 series will drop the pop-up camera in favor of a punch-hole display notch. This solitary hands-on image is the only other potential confirmation that we’ll see the inclusion on the OnePlus 8 Pro when unveiled at some point in early 2020.

There’s no doubt that the OnePlus 8 Pro will be the star of the show come launch day. However, it’s not clear if we’ll see a 120 Hz display on the standard OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 “Lite.” Given how smooth the 90 Hz panel is on the OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7T, it’s also unclear just how much of a difference the bump will be to those with the 2019 crop of OnePlus devices.

Are you all in on high refresh rate or not? Let us know what you think of the 120 Hz display on the OnePlus 8 Pro down in the comments section below.

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