OnePlus Ironizes Apple In The iPhone 11 Launch Event, Making The Netizens Excited

Jyotis - Sep 11, 2019


OnePlus Ironizes Apple In The iPhone 11 Launch Event, Making The Netizens Excited

That means the iPhone 11 allows users to shoot videos at 60 fps. However, this is also the reason for OnePlus to make fun of the tech giant.

Apple has officially rolled out its latest iPhones including the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max in the 2019 launch event. As usual, these products are sold at high prices; however, their prices are still lower than the models manufactured in 2018.

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When it comes to the display, the iPhone 11 comes with a 6.1-inch Retina display, different from that of the iPhone Pro Max and Pro. More particularly, instead of an OLED display, this year’s iOS device will have an LCD display. That means the iPhone 11 allows users to shoot videos at 60 fps. However, this is also the reason for OnePlus to make fun of the tech giant.

The OnePlus 7 Pro, in fact, is amongst a few of the current Android smartphones that are designed with a 90Hz display. This display rate reveals the number of frames a screen can retrieve within only one second. The device with more frames each second will offer a smoother experience.

The standard display functionality of the OnePlus 7 Pro is 60Hz; however, users can adjust it to 90Hz without any difficulty to enjoy the higher display quality. The only notable thing is that their phone battery will run out more rapidly.

In addition, users can also opt to apply the display mode on some certain applications with the help of some tweaks and a special application. As we all know, the OnePlus 7 Pro is now available for Rs 48,000 while tech fans will have to spend Rs 64,999 having the Apple iPhone 11.

It comes as no surprise that a hot fight has been taking place between OnePlus fans and iPhone fans on Twitter.

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