Elsewhere, OnePlus has already confirmed plans to bring a 120Hz high refresh rate to its next flagship smartphone. Other handsets in the range are widely-tipped to keep the 90Hz panels seen in the OnePlus 7 Pro and OnePlus 7T.
With its flagship Galaxy S20 range, Samsung rolled-out 5G support to the entire range. There are 4G versions of the smartphones available at a more affordable price – £799 for the 4G version, compared to £899 for the 5G version of the Galaxy S20 – for those who can’t get the super-fast network.
With its previous smartphone series, the Galaxy S10, Samsung created a single dedicated 5G model with a bigger screen, more cameras, and – yep, you’ve guessed it – a bigger price tag. Samsung’s subsequent smartphone releases, like the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy S20 series, the South Korean company has offered 5G compatibility in all of its models …albeit still with a slight price hike compared to the 4G models.