Tag Archive: 120Hz

Is a 120Hz TV worth it for gaming on PS5?

Best answer: No. At least not yet. Televisions that officially support 120Hz are incredibly expensive right now since the technology hasn’t been widely adopted yet. However, you can get gaming monitors that support up to 144Hz for much cheaper in comparison.

Perfect for desktop: Sceptre 24-inch Curved 144Hz Gaming Monitor ($ 155 at Amazon) Big screen: Samsung 55-inch Q80R ($ 1,298 at Amazon) What does 120Hz mean?

In regards to televisions and monitors, hertz (Hz) is the  [Read More…]

What do you need for a 120Hz TV and PS5?

Best answer: To support 120Hz refresh rates, a television needs an HDMI 2.1 port. Though Sony has not confirmed whether the PS5 features such a port, it will have to in order to output 120 frames per second (FPS).

Connect it: SecuOMax HDMI 2.1 cable ($ 13 at Amazon) For the living room: Samsung 55-inch Q80R ($ 1,298 at Amazon) Cheaper alternative: Sceptre 24-inch Curved 144Hz Gaming Monitor ($ 155 at Amazon) What is the difference between  [Read More…]

Realme’s new X50m 5G offers 48MP quad cameras, 120Hz display for under $300

Realme’s most affordable 5G-enabled phone yet.

What you need to know Realme has launched a new 5G-enabled smartphone with a 120Hz display, dubbed X50m 5G. It is powered by a Snapdragon 765G chipset and comes with a 48MP quad-camera setup on the back. The mid-range phone starts at 1,999 yuan ($ 280) in China.

Realme unveiled its first 5G-capable smartphone in January this year, dubbed X50 5G. Roughly a month later, the company launched its first 5G  [Read More…]

Samsung’s Galaxy Fold 2 leak reveals a hole-punch camera, 120Hz display

Samsung’s Galaxy Fold sequel fixes niggling issues with the first model — if these rumors are accurate.

What you need to know More leaks of the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 have emerged months before an expected release. The outer screen of the Fold 2 is said to be much bigger and capacious compared to the initial release, and the inner screen will jump in size as well as shift up to 120Hz. The Fold 2 is also  [Read More…]

Nokia 9.3 PureView rumored to feature a 120Hz refresh rate display

It is rumored to be a massive upgrade over the Nokia 9 in the camera department as well.

What you need to know A new rumor suggests the upcoming Nokia flagship smartphone will sport a 120Hz refresh rate screen. The smartphone is also rumored to come with a penta-camera array on the back with a 108MP ultra-wide-angle shooter. It is expected to be announced at a dedicated event in late August or early September.

A recent rumor  [Read More…]

OnePlus 8 Pro hands-on video shows off the 120Hz display in action

YouTuber MKBHD showed off the unannounced phone’s display, while a case covered up the rest of the device.

What you need to know The phone runs 120Hz at with QHD+ 1440p resolution enabled. 240Hz touch sampling is also included in the AMOLED display. The OnePlus 8 Pro had a special case to keep all but the display hidden for the announcement on April 14.

We’ve seen plenty of leaked videos of the upcoming OnePlus 8 Pro showing  [Read More…]

Are you going to use 60Hz or 120Hz refresh rate on your Galaxy S20?

Chatting it up with the AC forums.

As you likely know by now, one of the most notable features on the Galaxy S20 is its 120Hz display. It’s the first phone from Samsung to go beyond the traditional 60Hz refresh rate, and it makes everything look smoother and more fluid.

There’s no denying just how good the 120Hz functionality looks on the S20, but it also results in the phone using more battery life.

Some of our  [Read More…]

The Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra’s 120Hz display is a big drain on the battery

The phone loses nearly three hours of battery life by switching from 60Hz to 120Hz.

What you need to know In tests conducted by Tom’s Guide, the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra lost nearly three hours in battery life by switching from 60Hz to 120Hz. When running the test at 60Hz, the Galaxy S20 Ultra lasted nearly 12 hours, but when set to 120Hz it only survived for 9 hours and 13 minutes. By default, the Galaxy S20  [Read More…]

OnePlus 8’s 120Hz Fluid Display gets demonstrated in new video

Spoiler, it’s pretty smooth.

What you need to know OnePlus has shown off its Fluid Display via a video showed on social media. The video compares the new 120Hz display to the more common 60Hz standard. The 120Hz display is expected to make its debut on the OnePlus 8.

OnePlus has been talking up its new display technology all year. Surpassing the 90Hz display of the Pixel 4 and OnePlus 7 Pro, the firm hopes to make  [Read More…]

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau teases 120Hz display for OnePlus 8

OnePlus is all set to make the switch to a 120Hz display this year.

What you need to know In a post on Weibo, OnePlus CEO Pete Lau revealed that the company has ‘completed research and development’ of 120Hz display tech. OnePlus is holding a Screen Technology Communication Meeting in China to highlight the work it has done around the 120Hz panel. The 120Hz screen will make its way to OnePlus’ 2020 flagship, the OnePlus 8.

High  [Read More…]