Tag Archive: 60Hz


Samsung’s base Note 20 might ship with a 60Hz display

Samsung’s Note line is no longer a no-compromise line.

What you need to know Samsung equipped all of its Galaxy S20 phones with a 120Hz display, but it may not do so with the Note 20. A new report indicates the smaller Note 20 may not be equipped with a 120Hz display option. It’s possible this is done to preserve battery life and performance.

Samsung’s Galaxy phones have been known for their good to great displays, and  [Read More…]

Redmi K30 Pro confirmed to have a pop-up selfie camera, 60Hz OLED display

The Redmi K30 comes with a 120Hz IPS panel.

What you need to know Redmi revealed a few key tech specs of its upcoming K30 Pro flagship phone on Weibo today. Unlike the Redmi K30, the K30 Pro will feature a 60Hz OLED display. It will also have a pop-up selfie camera and a 64MP quad-camera setup at the rear.

Xiaomi’s Redmi sub-brand announced earlier this week that it would unveil the K30 Pro flagship phone in  [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…]

New leak says the Galaxy S20’s display will run at 60Hz by default

You will have to manually change the refresh rate to 120Hz for a smoother experience.

What you need to know A new leak suggests Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy S20 series phones will be set to 60Hz refresh rate by default, instead of 120Hz. It was recently rumored that the Galaxy S20 series phones might not support 120Hz at the highest Quad HD+ resolution. The Galaxy S20 series is set to be announced at Samsung’s next Unpacked event on  [Read More…]