The new OnePlus flagship, the OnePlus 5 not only has a 5.5-inch screen Full HD AMOLED screen but by default, it features the DCI-P3 wide color gamut. The DCI-P3 wide color gamut can also be enabled on the previous OnePlus 3T model, due to the fact that both the OnePlus 5 and the OnePlus 3T feature the same display. However, this may not be possible on some models.

The OnePlus 3T features with either Samsung’s S6E3FA5 or S6E3FA3 display. To figure out which one is on your 3T, all you have to do is download AIDA64 from Google PlayStore, tap on display, and check the model listed under the Panel ID. . If the ID is the S6E3FA5, then enabling DCI-P3 is an option, but only if your device is rooted.

Some experts have indeed tried this experiment, and have found out that with the DCI-P3 enabled, the screen quality is much better when as compared to when the DCI-P3 was not enabled. However, they have also found that even though the OnePlus 5 features with DCI-P3, the screen of the two devices do not seem to be identical when compared to one another. It has been found that images that have DCI-P3 enabled in the OnePlus 3T are found to be more saturated to those compared with the OnePlus 5.


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