OnePlus 8T is arriving on October 14 and the company CEO Pete Lau already confirmed it will have a 120Hz display with 6.55” diagonal. Now, he went on his own Weibo profile and unveiled the panel will have a JNCD of 0.3, even lower than the OnePlus 8 Pro that had 0.4.
JNCD is short for Just Noticeable Color Difference and is used to measure color accuracy. Results under 1 are considered very good and Pete Lau revealed getting from 0.4 to 0.3 is really hard, and compared it with achieving not 98% but 99% at a task.
In a separate post, Lau also revealed the new auto-brightness adjustment of the OnePlus 8T is doubling the available steps - from 4096 to 8192. Interestingly enough, he also said there will be an ambient light sensor both on the front and the back of the phone to more accurately measure the surrounding light.
At the same time, leakster Digital Chat Station posted a detailed specs sheet of the OnePlus 8T. While the specs show nothing extraordinary or massively different from the previous leak, he claimed his sources fed him a price tag of €599 for the 8/128 GB variant which is a lot cheaper than what we have heard earlier this week.
The list of specs include two RAM options, a vanilla Snapdragon 865, and a 4,500 mAhbattery with dual cells enabling the 65W charging speeds. The device will be similar in size and weight to the OnePlus 8, with a minor difference of a millimeter or two in each dimension.
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Why would a CEO leak, it should be read as announcement.