Anonymous, 28 Jul 2020"iphones don't stutter like this" wow! you sure haven't used a higher ref... moreCan you explain to me why High Refresh rates are important? I did notice the difference between 60hz and 90hz. But is it worth the extra battery life? Please explain to me
I am sure it would have a fully utilized Quick Charge 5 - because it already has dual batteries.
The criminal here is that the video runs at 30fps or 60fps so it's obvious there are still people saying that it shows little to no difference. If people see it in real life, they'll definitely want the buttery smoothness. I don't care about the battery. Care about yourself than your phone.
PepperPot, 28 Jul 2020iPhones don't stutter and skip like that. My $200 Mediatek phone doesn't do that un... more"iphones don't stutter like this"
wow! you sure haven't used a higher refresh rate display ever, neither have you ever seen any comparisons and nor you KNOW ANYTHING about higher refresh rate, goddamn man!
and I'm sure you don't know anything about higher refresh rate monitors either,
i bet you're an iPhone and Mac user , sorry but this higher refresh rate thing is for enthusiasts .
i pity these type of people, boy are you in a shock when you find out about PC mastet race, gaming and 300hz gaming monitors!
GOD! don't these apple mac fanboys live under a rock
AnonD-923722, 28 Jul 2020HRR are noticeable, but aren't worth it. I would take an extra 3 hour of battery rather t... moreI haven't come across a reviewer who doesn't think high refresh rate is worth the hit to battery life. The problem with iPhones is that the hit to their battery life is substantial due to the small capacity batteries in their iPhones.
PepperPot, 28 Jul 2020iPhones don't stutter and skip like that. My $200 Mediatek phone doesn't do that un... moreThe video is slowed down to make the difference more noticeable. And yes, they do stutter like that.
if offered 12/128 or 12/256 and cheaper than rog3 with shoulder buttons this is a good buy if not don't bother upgrading.
iPhones don't stutter and skip like that. My $200 Mediatek phone doesn't do that unless I'm scrolling fast or the page is still loading. There have been many complaints about the iPhone. Smoothness has never been one of them and that goes for all iphones. That is one of the advantages to having a high end processor and it's the reason many of you completely disregard anything below a flagship cpu.
As a Android user, I'm disappointed in the blatant and unnecessary lie this video portrays.
MrKong, 28 Jul 2020120Hz IPS LCD yes
Budget phones LCD have screen retention and burn-in issue, poor color acc... moreStatement: "People easily fooled by the numbers and not quality."
Next sentence: "I'm only very concerned with the iPhone's tiny battery capacity and relatively slow charging."
How ironic is that.
AnonD-923722, 28 Jul 2020But people are fine with 60hz.and many people find HRR pointless. They aren't worth it. When cars were invented and adopted by first enthusiasts, overwhelming majority of people were still fine with horse carriages.
HRR are noticeable, but aren't worth it. I would take an extra 3 hour of battery rather than an Over the top smooth, 60hz is enough. Touch sampling rate at 120hz is also good enough. I woukd rather have an higher quality panel than an HRR. Oled 60hz always better than 120hz lcd.
AnonD-923722, 28 Jul 2020Hig Refresh rates aren't worth it. They just drain battery and only provide smoothness. 6... moreActually human eye perceive the reality at a rate somewhere between 24~48 fps. that's why movies are capped at 24fps so they can be felt like real world.
BUT human eye can see up to 1000 fps and above, so even 1000hz displays have their worth.
AnonD-923722, 28 Jul 2020People are fine with 60hz ,so why go higher? They only drain more battery and make the chip wo... more2 importances of higher refresh rate -
1. the smoothness, feels faster
2. competitive gaming, you would have an advantage over 60hz players
but are these two enough for the average user to sacrifice the battery? i don't think so
GsmArena, MEMC was on the axon 9 pro, and it was the first to have it
Anonymous, 28 Jul 2020As someone that went from 60hz to 90hz allow me to strongly disagree. The difference is amazing.But people are fine with 60hz.and many people find HRR pointless. They aren't worth it.