Furiounx, 02 Feb 202090hz is the sweet spot. 120hz is just unnecessary for a phone.So you are the one who says "5G is unnecessary" or "256GB of Storage is unnecessary"
Then don't buy these products and keep using your iPhone 5c. Tecnology will move foward with or without you.
Do we want it? It doesn't matter what we want anymore. Back in the day, OEMs used to implement features based on user demands. These days, OEMs implement or remove features as they like & force their users to get used to it whether they like it or not. The most prominent example is the removal of the headphone jack which 80% of users didn't want to be removed from their phones, but it got removed nonetheless because the industry decided it's fate. Another good example is the implementation of notches & punch holes on our screens, even though the wide majority of us don't want any of those flaws on our screens. We're constantly asked to settle with these compromises, even though most brands tell us to "Never Settle"...
I greatly prefer long battery life over some marketing gimmick like 90 Hz or even 120 Hz.
Motion estimation is just plain horrible. The benefits of 90 Hz or 120 Hz are negligible, while the drawbacks (much less battery life) are very serious.
I hope they will continue to provide 60 Hz models, so I'm not forced to pay for a marketing gimmick I neither need nor want.
90hz is the sweet spot. 120hz is just unnecessary for a phone.
Definitely 90Hz should be the bare minimum for flagships at least.
We'll get to high refresh rates soon, but 120Hz may be way too much for the current smartphones' hardware to handle.
90Hz should be the starting ground, and all flagships this year must come with it.
Since no mobile phone company asking its ordinary customers what they would like or what they want to create this battle is going nowhere.
Npwdays companies create and thrown costly gimmicks not worth the money spend and the ordinary custoemrs acts like a beta testers.
If we make a poll where everybody would and could type its own dreamphone and what would satisfy him enough to buy it only few individiuls would needs 100% tech gadgets to have in phone.
For most maybe half of the planet something like Old Pocophone a phone with flagship CPU and GPU without paying anything extra for a features which he / she wont use at all or wont use at most will be great enough.
Another thing is that some of the high end tech can be swapped for something tottaly cheap and the effect will be basicaly same.
Like on a regular screen we can put a panzerglass. So instead of expensive GG6 a panzerglass would do the job. Or a water resistant cover can be used instead of IPXX rating in device. And so on.
sohail shafayat, 02 Feb 2020NO, I need longer battery lifeSwitch the screen back to 60Hz if you don't need it.
OEMs will have to provide the option to do it.
Anonymous, 02 Feb 2020My iPad have 120hz screen and my iPhone have 60hz. I don't notice any difference in daily use.... moreThere's simply no way you can't notice the extreme fluidity of the screen when scrolling even on the home screen.
That's exactly the first thing I noticed when I tried an iPad Pro at an Apple store, and apparently all phones looked laggy to me when scrolling. Even the iPhones, known for great smoothness and fluidity, feel sluggish and slow in comparison.
I don't think you really have tried a 120Hz display iPad, because then you'd say otherwise.
I'm in no rush to change my 60hz screen phone, but by the time i upgrade i'll probably get something with a higher refresh rate. Hopefully battery life will be able to keep up by then.
My next one will be a 120Hz and you can guess which one is it.
High refresh rate would make perfect sense if you do mobile gaming or watching movies with high fps on your Full HD or 4K TV. I am totally clueless about how people could say that they can see the difference between 60Hz and higher refresh rate at 90Hz, for instance, on smartphones. I tried and compared both refresh rate using two identical OnePlus 7 Pro and I really cannot see the difference between the two at all until I started playing games, where the difference becomes really obvious.
m.darwich, 02 Feb 2020I prefer long battery life to last all day rather 120Hz they need to improve the battery life... moreAgreed that the battery life needs to be improved. That's why the ROG 2 phone became the beast that it was: sleeping a giant battery in a phone to balance the 120Hz refresh rate. That sure worked out.
Bigger battery>90, 120, 144hz
There is no point for smartphones 90,120,144 hz screen. It's bad for battery life. Better just increase battery life and that's it. 5000-6000mAh as standarts, 9-11mm thick. That's what everyone want. 95% don't event know what is 60, 90, 120hz. Just bigger numbers.
NO, I need longer battery life
90hz should be the ideal in phones like the oneplus 7 pro. there's no point in 120hz in small screen factors.
My iPad have 120hz screen and my iPhone have 60hz. I don't notice any difference in daily use. I think it's because the phone screen is so much smaller so it's lot harder to notice.
honestly the Oneplus 7 pro's 90hz panel is more than smooth enough for mobile at it's current power, I understand how 120hz is buttery smooth but you need way more processing power than we have in this day and age to really appreciate the extra 60hz in places other than the UI
90hz and 120hz, 144hz is trash for battery life, no point for games, only for smooth browsing and animations. 60hz is what we need. Same as phones with 12, 16gb ram, even 8.