Samsung May Feature a 120 Hz Display: Beating Google & OnePlus

Perhaps now is the day and age where manufacturers have hit a stationary point. There is only so much boost in performance you may hit. Not to mention, cameras are good, yes, but again, after a point, it doesn’t even matter. Even today, phones shoot 4K content and can’t even output it. The screens are just not up to the mark. For a while, therefore, smartphones have had better displays with variable refresh rates. OnePlus was the first one in the traditional devices to support one. Today we see a bunch of manufacturers supporting this trend.

In recent news from Android Authority, they mention that the upcoming Samsung S20 devices would be supporting a more smooth display than any in the market. According to the report, the devices would feature a 120 Hz display, something which would be more smooth than those offered by OnePlus and Google. The news is originally tipped off by SAM mobile using sources which may be quite credible.

Samsung is known to make some of the finest displays on the market.

This was seen before in a version of the OneUI 2.0 as well which contained an option to switch the refresh rate. This would also mean that Apple would be the only manufacturer left with a dead 60 Hz display on its flagships. While that is true, there are still many questions. Will all the devices in the series support these displays? What impact would it have on battery life? How dynamic would be the display in terms of Hz?

One thing is for sure though, the users would be thrilled considering Samsung makes one of the most beautiful displays in the market. Not to mention, they would be very color accurate and provide an amazing viewing experience. This would be further made possible with a notch-less design, a better punch-hole one.

Sarmad Burki
Sarmad Burki is a Mathematician and a Economist with a passion for all things gaming and tech. His academics and professional experience combined with tech and gaming adds to his skills giving him a unique ability to observe the tech and gaming industry from various prespectives.