News about the Galaxy S11 begins to arrive fairly quickly. The latest ones focus on the display of the upcoming smartphone and suggest that also in this case the manufacturer wants to take a step forward.
Galaxy S11 with a 120 Hz screen – this is what the new version of One UI suggests
There are more and more indications that Samsung will want to unpack the Galaxy S11 with lots of the latest solutions. We have recently written that the Galaxy S11 can bring the option of recording 8K video, but now you need to add information about the 120 Hz screen. Records of support for such a solution appeared in the new version of the One UI (2.0 Beta) interface.
It's no secret that Samsung smartphones currently available on the market do not have screens with such a high refresh rate. It is not surprising then that the manufacturer is already preparing the ground for another of the top models, i.e. the Galaxy S11. If the current assumptions are maintained, the settings will contain three options – 60 Hz constant, 120 Hz constant or dynamic transitions between 60 Hz and 120 Hz.
It offers three options:
1. Turn off the high refresh rate mode and keep 60Hz
2. Turn on the high refresh rate mode and keep 120Hz
3. Turn on the high refresh rate mode and switch automatically between 60Hz and 120Hz.
– Ice universe (@UniverseIce) November 20, 2019
This is not the only lead on the 120 Hz screen in the Galaxy S11
The cheese of this smartphone will in all probability be announced a few weeks ago the Exynos 990 processor. If you have not heard of it then you probably guessed what it provides among others. Yes, support for screens with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
Can you see the difference between 60 Hz and 120 Hz?
With many new solutions used by smartphone manufacturers, questions arise as to whether they make more sense. It is no different in this case. Here, however, one should answer in the affirmative, because the differences between the refresh rate of 60 Hz and 120 Hz are visible, and the smoothness of the image makes a huge impression. Recently, we tested the Asus ROG Phone 2 with a 120 Hz screen, which only confirmed us in this belief. It was no different in the case of tests Razer Phone 2 and other smartphones with such a high refreshment.
This type of step seems natural, screens with higher refresh rates are slowly ceasing to be the domain of so-called smartphones for players. OnePlus, who started using 90 Hz screens, strongly bends over this. It is already said that next year Apple will bet on 120 Hz screens.
Source: Ice universe
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