Early in 2024, the Ace 3 is anticipated to launch as a less expensive option to the recently released top-tier OnePlus 12 smartphone. The screen specifications of the upcoming Android device are purportedly now available in greater detail. The tip suggests that choosing between the 12 and its upcoming subordinate will be difficult, even though the latter is supposedly a sub-flagship.
The OnePlus 12 is currently being hailed as the newest standard-bearer in the Android display world. However, the Ace 3, which is rumored to be arriving soon, may cause some prospective customers to second-guess themselves given its remarkably similar specifications at a possibly lower cost, some of which may also turn out to be more useful.
It is currently believed that the display of the third-generation Ace, like that of the 12 (and possibly even the OPPO Find X7), is based on new X1 technology from BOE. With a “brightness and dimming scheme” almost exactly like the 12’s, the panel is expected to debut with potentially important display specs, including a class-leading peak of 4,500 nits and 2,160Hz PWM with an additional DC mode in the new “10th anniversary” flagship.
However, the display of the Ace 3 is once again projected to have a resolution of 1.5K, as opposed to 2K on the 12; additionally, it is the smaller of the two, measuring 6.78 inches. However, the Ace 3 is once again expected to go on sale with OnePlus’ flagship-caliber 100W charging and a marginally bigger battery.
At last, it has been reported that the Ace 3 will debut with a “metal mid-frame,” a suggestion that could allude to the more contemporary, square-edged design that was omitted from the new 12.