Markuss, 11 Jan 2021For flagship, minimum should be 120 hz and 1440p display.then their minimum battery should be 4500mah or higher then
Once you experience the 120hz, you're not going back to 60 hz
Furiounx, 11 Jan 2021I’m not an Apple fanboy hahahah. But you’d need to be blind or naive not to know that iOS is s... moreto an extent, stock android is i would say on par with iOS 14 "ON THE LATEST IPHONE"
For flagship, minimum should be 120 hz and 1440p display.
J. , 10 Jan 2021Wtf? Apple fanboy you should try a Oneplus with 120hz the IPhones will feel slowerI’m not an Apple fanboy hahahah. But you’d need to be blind or naive not to know that iOS is simply wayyyyy more fluid than android.
i0S...Never...Again, 10 Jan 202160hz on iPhone is as garbage as 60hz on Android.
"IOS is smoother than Android" tal... moreNot you again 🙄
Your username tells me everything I need to know. IOS is more fluid and seamless than android PERIOD. I’m not responding back after this comment.
Mythi, 11 Jan 2021OLED + HRR(140Hz,280,320) + 1440p/4K = My Dream Imagine ARM mobile chips with the GPU prowe... moreAgree with that last statement. I want Graphene batteries for phones and bluetooth headphones/TWS earbuds already.
OLED + HRR(140Hz,280,320) + 1440p/4K = My Dream
Imagine ARM mobile chips with the GPU prowess to drive such a monster it'll revolutionize and revitalize the handheld gaming experience, heck VR would instantly blow up.
Battery tech is not advancing fast enough though and that's a shame :(
i laughed when i saw 120hz should be minimum lol thats so stupid
ZolaIII, 10 Jan 2021Refresh rate is important as long as you can see it and you blink at 20 ms which is 50 Hz. 60 ... moreIt has zero to do with "seeing". It's all about hand-eye coordination. The less lag, the more natural it feels. This applies to everything we interact with. Our brains instantly notices if something doesn't move or change in the way we expect.
Anonymous, 10 Jan 2021No bother to argue with Apple fanboys period. They will find anything to justify their use of ... moreI've used high res , hi refresh before, but I still keep with my old 60hz mobile because to me it's just a mobile.
to others it might mean more to them....so I just think a wider choice of device spec would be great, then everyone from the very light user who doesn't care about refresh rate to the power user who cares about what's in their device and the user experience , can all be happy
Kriegsherr, 10 Jan 2021for gamers trueNews flash, interacting with a touch screen smart phone is equal to using gamer experience 24/7. The thing you lie about the iPhone does, works a lot better at 120 Hz.
Anonymous, 10 Jan 2021Yes, Xbox or PS5 can support 120hz. But to actually do that require 3 things. A good enough di... moreWTf? Obviously you need compatible hardware to use features that requires compatible hardware! What's your point?
Arbiter, 10 Jan 2021Should've given a 90hz option. 90hz should be the minimum. Sweet spotyes
Wish you added wide color gamut
90 hz is definitely the sweet spot. I've used all three and find 90 the absolute best. It's the perfect comprise between screen improvement and battery
J. , 10 Jan 2021Wtf? Apple fanboy you should try a Oneplus with 120hz the IPhones will feel sloweriPhone 12 Pro User and OnePlus 7T owner.
I tend to agree with the smoothness regarding Android but even when working at 90Hz mode the iPhone feels just as snappy.
Andreidinutu, 10 Jan 2021You do realise most games dont support over 60? And those 120hz can be noticed on everything e... moreMost games don't support more than 16:9 aspect ratio. There are still older games from last gen era, and I couldn't manage to get them to work in 18/18.5:9 aspect ratio. Let alone having 120hz support. Unless there are very new ones, or very popular ones (like pubg mobile). Yes, 120hz is everywhere, not only in games, but what makes me more happy scrolling facebook or browser in 120hz? Does it , somehow, makes you more comfortable?
This 120hz trend feels like the equivalent of RT and DLSS in computer industry. Sure, pretty cool, but is it that important? Is it that revolutionary? It was razer's idea to make a niche "gaming" phone back in 2017 (If I remember correctly?).