My summary of this:
Current hardware can't sustain 90fps, let alone 120fps (since that's what Samsung is pushing) on more graphics-intensive mobile games. Besides, while it looks good, it does not actually enhance the gameplay experience.
Hey, next time you guys should make a Citra emulation review. XDA did that a while ago with MMJ builds but it would still be interesting to have a review now that the official Android emulator is available.
kanaaka, 17 Jun 2020high refresh rate display on smartphone actually wont benefit those "mobile gamers", because i... moreGaming phones offer better touch response times, lower screen latency, bigger batteries, host of accessories, throttle free performance compared to regular flasghips.
High refresh rate is the way to go.
Keep your high refresh rate display gets hotter propoganda to yourself.
high refresh rate display on smartphone actually wont benefit those "mobile gamers", because i think there's no hardware to make the game run with frame rate higher than 60fps (stable), even latest Snapdragon 865 with active cooling won't maintain stable higher than 60fps framerate on demanding games (which mobile gamers usually playing). Subway Surfer do support 120fps (and snapdragon 865 can push max framerate), but Subway Surfer is not a game for those mobile gamers.
high refresh rate would increase the heat, make the phone throttling faster, battery drain faster. actually there's no advantage of high refresh rate screen when we talk about mobile gaming.
but no doubt high refresh rate is really noticeable when using the phone casually like browsing or flicking through the social media timeline.