Following teasers, OnePlus and BOE have launched the X1 (Oriental) Screen. In the past, OnePlus has led many mobile phone screen revolutions. According to the company, the X1 (Oriental) Screen has six major breakthroughs, nine world firsts, and 12 global debuts in terms of display, brightness, lifespan, and eye protection.

With OPPO’s first-generation self-developed image quality engine Display P1, the screen will deliver improved image quality, higher brightness, and lower power consumption by 13% with a high-precision pixel-level calibration algorithm of 90%. In order to achieve a grainless and purer display effect, the self-developed single-pixel calibration technology calibrates each subpixel separately.

As part of OnePlus and BOE’s joint development and launch of 5 new technologies, the company broke 18 records and became the first producer of DisplayMate A+ 2K screens in domestic production.

The OnePlus 12 will feature the world’s first 2K “X1 (Oriental) Screen”. It is the first domestic 2K screen to receive DisplayMate A+, setting 18 records.

Among these are brightness, eye protection features such as high-frequency PWM dimming, blue light filtering, DC-like dimming, and service life. With its maximum brightness of 2600 nits, X1 (Oriental) Screen is the brightest 2K screen on the market. This allows it to be more transparent, to be more visible outdoors, to produce more vivid HDR effects, to be power-efficient, and to offer durability at the same time. Furthermore, it solves the problem of OLED life decay. X1 (Oriental) Screens have a lifespan that is more than twice as long as industry averages.

For the first time, the OnePlus Ace 3 will feature a 1.5K “X1 (Oriental) Screen.” There will be more information about the display in the near future.