kula shaker, 20 Feb 2019i'd rather the oems update the refresh rate instead. contrary to the guesses of other people, ... moreYeah I'm using the Razer phone at the moment and going from a 1440p 120hz display to that which is only 1080p 60hz would be painful. Higher resolution isn't that amazing but the refresh rate is god like. Most games I have support the full 120fps play.
s-pen pusher, 21 Feb 2019this argument is so 2012. but stil holds true nevertheless
Anonymous, 20 Feb 2019> runs android will lagthis argument is so 2012.
Anonymous, 20 Feb 2019> runs android will lagRunning IOS it wont charge and slows down with every update.
cant believe people still buy bigger RAM make smartphone faster wkwk when 12GB pair with ryzen 7 it will usefull but SD855, will someone open matlab along with adobe premier and play GTA at same time
Anonymous, 19 Feb 2019Oh, so we'll have flying pigs in the future? Lovely!you don't get my point, do you?
the other anonymous guy want a phone fully charge at 5 minutes, in our current technology, can someone do that?
Is it safe? Note7 with samsung tech was fail twice, vivo just copycat
Anonymous, 19 Feb 2019i want my phone fully charge in 5 minutes pleaseyou can, but make sure your battery is 99%, after 5 mins you will have fully charged phone!
Shanti Dope, 19 Feb 2019It's already 2019 and flagships still often come with FHD or QHD panels?? I mean, if it's sma... morei'd rather the oems update the refresh rate instead. contrary to the guesses of other people, there are now plenty of apps and games that support screens that have higher than the common 60hz refresh rate (not frame rate or fps). as i have heard, the 4k screen on that forgotten xperia phone is not really always on and there are anything from a few to zero apps and games that supports it. whereas, the variable refresh rate of the razer phones (up to 120hz) is really sweet to look at that when you try to use a phone with 60hz it can be quite jarring.
Anonymous, 19 Feb 2019its like you want a pig to fly naturally, but who knows in the near future,.Oh, so we'll have flying pigs in the future? Lovely!
Anonymous, 19 Feb 2019i want my phone fully charge in 5 minutes pleaseits like you want a pig to fly naturally,
but who knows in the near future,.
Anonymous, 19 Feb 2019And have fun with you high end device with 1/3 of the battery life of a xiaomi phone I have a QHD screen on my moto Z and i cant tell the difference in sharpness to a FHD screen, how is 4k going to make any difference other than using more battery
andrehe, 19 Feb 2019The human eye is surprisingly able to recognize subtle differences in luminance, much less in ... moreWhat the h are you even talking about? Considering you only need to hold your phone 30-40 cm away from your eyes (that's 12-16 inches), you don't need more than 300ppi to see an ultra-sharp image.
If you are holding your phone closed than 30cm (12 inches) from your face, you are using it wrong. Learn how to use your device.
Anything more than 330 ppi on a phone/tablet is overkill. Unless you are using your phone in a VR headset, you will not see any difference between a 330 ppi screen and a 500 ppi screen from normal viewing/reading distance.
Also, let's not forget that AMOLED's (pen-tile/diamond pixels) technical ppi is not the display's real ppi. These screens' real ppi is 1/3 lower than the technical specification.
For example, the Note 9 has a 1440p display and a stated 516 ppi, however its real maximum rendered resolution is 1440*2/3 = 960p and a real 344 ppi. So a 1080p LCD screen of the same size will be sharper than a 1440p AMOLED.
And most phones that sport high ppi displays use AMOLED screens, which means their real ppi is 1/3 lower than stated.
That's why the Note 9 has a display sharpness that is only 5.5% higher than the iPhone 4/5/6/7/8/SE for example.