The iQOO Neo5 coming on March 16 was rumored to pack a 120Hz screen, and now the company has confirmed that. It took to Weibo and announced that the Neo5 will sport a 120Hz OLED panel with a punch hole in the center for the selfie camera.
The screen will be HDR10+ certified and have a 1000Hz touch sampling rate. We are looking at a 1080p panel here with a peak brightness of 1,300 nits. iQOO didn't reveal the display size, but it tells us the smartphone will use MEMC technology and feature an independent display chip to convert SDR images to HDR.
Additionally, iQOO said it will perform color calibration on each unit's screen to display accurate colors and provide a better visual experience.
The iQOO Neo5's specs are yet to be detailed, but the company previously confirmed it will come with a Snapdragon 870 SoC, UFS 3.1 storage, and 12GB RAM, which will feel like 15GB due to the Memory Fusion technology.
Fueling the Neo5 will be a dual-cell 4,400 mAh battery with 66W charging, and the bundled 66W adapter will also support 45W PD.
Touch with sampling rate is different from screen refresh rate. Game support is based on screen refresh rate. Higher Touch sampling rate makes the game experience even better, not to forget the overall touch experience of the OS.
i actually think its true since i have tried iphone 12, its more responsive