Duck of death, 09 Nov 2019You are still stuck on mistaking input latency with output ditto.this link is what I want to explain when you play music games, check around 14.27
AverageUser, 09 Nov 2019That is great for some people, but I'd rather have 60Hz and longer battery life. I wish they g... moreMost of them have a power saver mode to drop back down to 60hz, but you save very little. Probably 30 minutes on fully charge if you ran it all day.
Duck of death, 09 Nov 2019You are still stuck on mistaking input latency with output ditto.maybe you should try it before, then you will understand
softexbasah13, 09 Nov 2019Another gimmick, touch screen fresh just give camera under display will be perfect Exactly, no one wants a punchhole, notch or popup front camera. The first one that puts the camera behind the screen gets my money. I would prefer a phone with no front camera, but no one is going to do that.
I think OP don't really understand about your customer or they just stay around to push more products to the market.
I think most OP users expected mobile phone camera flagship killer from OP, not screen killer.
kevinmcmurtrie, 09 Nov 2019This is a quality problem with the games. Their rendering and touch sensing are going through... moreAnother gimmick, touch screen fresh just give camera under display will be perfect
Anonymous, 09 Nov 2019if you can't tell difference between 120hz on ur ipad pro vs 60hz on your phone that means eit... moreThis is a quality problem with the games. Their rendering and touch sensing are going through pipelines that put them a few frames out of sync without any timing compensation. It makes them unusable at 30Hz, bad at 60Hz, but OK at 90+ Hz. If they fixed those bugs and rendered motion blur correctly there'd be no way to tell the difference between 60 and 120 Hz refresh rates. The limit of vision maxes-out around 50 to 70 Hz. None of this is new tech - even many 1980s games did this correctly.
Duck of death, 09 Nov 2019Proper adaptive sync fixes the lag perception, touch sensor update rate has zero to do with di... morethis means you haven't tried playing fast pacing games like music rhythm games on 120hz. The advantage with playing fast pacing rhythm games on 120hz is we can see more clear than 60hz display when we should tap it, on 60hz people often miss tap it (ended not accurately tapping) that because the player often get 'fooled' by the ghosting effect on 60hz display especially on very fast level, we ended tapping after image or this 'ghost image', all of this happens on split second.. if you play on 120hz, the game itself project images more accurately and minimizing the error when we tap it
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2019almost every flagship this year has 4000 mah. They already have Yes. But the battery consumption has also gone higher. Therefore most phones still have only a day of battery life.
That is great for some people, but I'd rather have 60Hz and longer battery life. I wish they gave us a choice. Because this feature will be useful only to certain individuals, while having a serious drawback - battery drain.
Anonymous, 09 Nov 2019Pls stop this nonsense.
120hz doesn't consume much more than 90hz.
My ROG 2 gives me 1.5 - 2... moreYour GPU has to render twice as many pages per second for 120Hz to be utilised. That consumes a lot more energy.
An easy test is to set a frame rate limit on your computer's graphics, check CPU and GPU usage and do the same at doubled frame rate.
Anonymous, 09 Nov 2019if you can't tell difference between 120hz on ur ipad pro vs 60hz on your phone that means eit... moreProper adaptive sync fixes the lag perception, touch sensor update rate has zero to do with display refresh rate.
There are advantages with higher frame rates, they do however substantially diminish on a 6" display, as you can't se any actual detail to begin with.
AlexP, 09 Nov 2019You don't see difference on 60 or 90 hz because you don't have it. I see it every day. Good lu... moreDude, you got it wrong. I was countering another guy who said that 90hz is stupid. I can see the difference ;) So next time, maybe read other comments too before you make a comment.
Sambiguous, 08 Nov 2019Yea I agree, I've got a 120hz ipad Pro and I can't tell the difference from my 60hz phone, and... moreif you can't tell difference between 120hz on ur ipad pro vs 60hz on your phone that means either you are blind or you actually don't have it. Even people here are fascinated from 60hz phone going to 120hz for fluid motion display. Try scrolling down when opening website or you scrolling through your one of your long message/conversation thread, and try playing music rhythm games with ur 120hz and suddenly you feel became natural expert on that game even on highest level because you can get very good or perfect score