Do you notice the difference between 60 and 120 Hz in cell phones? Video comparison

Last update on January 12th, 2021 at 11:05 am

The battle for hertz or refresh rate has shifted from the world of video games to the world of mobile phones. For some time now, cell phone manufacturers have been using this feature as a claim to supposedly sell us better screens because they have a higher refresh rate.

Galaxy S20 Ultra, hole in the screen

These claims are often tied to simple marketing techniques to sell more units. However, are we facing any of these cases, or is there really some plausible difference that can improve our experience of using the cellphone?

As is usually the case in these cases, the difference between one character and another is usually not seen with the naked eye, but it is necessary to compare one screen to another. And that’s what we’re bringing you today.

Still have doubts about screens with 120 Hz or more? Better take a look at the next video

With every model that brands bring to market, technological advancement increases. Better processor, more RAM, better photographic area and now Better refresh rate on the screen.

Although most of the phones on the market have a refresh rate of 60 Hz, More and more models are daring a higher number. Right now we already have phones that double that number and reach 120 Hz, and even some models that go one step further to 144 Hz.

And for those who think that this refresh rate is not noticeable, better watch the video in the middle Telephone arenathat we rolled back a couple of paragraphs for you to review the big difference between 60 Hz and 120 Hz. Obviously after testing 120Hz it is very difficult to go backwards. In my particular case, I tested it directly with an ASUS terminal with a 120 Hz screen and all I can say is that the experience was brutally good.

Shehroz Naeem

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