Smartphone displays have gone quite the makeover. A 5-inch phone display became normal, thanks to Samsung’s Note which was launched back in 2001. Today, almost every phone has over 6 inches LCD or AMOLED display. Phones like Razer phone and ASUS ROG Phone have gone further and introduced 120Hz display and the OnePlus 7 Pro has a 90Hz display, which makes things seem smoother on the screen. According to a tipster, iPhone launching in 2020 could very well incorporate a whopping 120Hz display.
Reliable tipster Ice Universe leaked the news on his Twitter account. The tipster had previously leaked a lot of information which turned out to be credible. The iPhone XS has a 60Hz display.
Apple is considering a switchable 60Hz/120Hz refresh rate screen on the iPhone in 2020, and is discussing with Samsung and LG. pic.twitter.com/4aoU303umu
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) July 21, 2019
Apple is set to launch iPhones with switchable 60Hz/120Hz displays next year. Apple iPads have boasted high-refresh rates, albeit the OLED panels. Currently, Apple is preparing the iPhone 11 launch which is set for this September. The news might be true but it might be canceled at the brainstorming table so take it with a pinch of salt.
The OnePlus 7 Pro comes equipped with a switchable 90Hz display. Experts have claimed that toggling this feature will affect the battery life. So, it will be quite interesting to see how Apple manages to handle the battery life since the 2018 flagships don’t exactly boast about an all-day battery life.