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Technology Galaxy S11 rumored to have 120Hz display

22:20  06 january  2020
22:20  06 january  2020 Source:   cnet.com

Galaxy S11 may have a display unlike anything ever seen on a Samsung phone

  Galaxy S11 may have a display unlike anything ever seen on a Samsung phone LG may be the king of OLED displays when it comes to big-screen TVs, but it’s Samsung’s OLED tech that dominates the mobile market. Samsung’s screens are so good that they usually compete against themselves, with professional display reviewers always rating the latest Samsung OLED screen as the best in the industry, whether it's stuck to a Samsung phone or the latest iPhone. Come next year, the Galaxy S11 is expected to deliver an even better experience than its predecessor, though, thanks to a new technology that’s only just beginning to hit mainstream devices.

Samsung will unveil its new Galaxy phone in February, which means rumors about flagship devices are flying across the internet. The newest rumor suggests the Galaxy S11 will have a screen with a high refresh rate to make using it super smooth.

a screen shot of a computer: The next Galaxy may get a nice screen upgrade. OneLeaks© Provided by CBS Interactive Inc. The next Galaxy may get a nice screen upgrade. OneLeaks

A 120Hz display will indeed be one of the new features coming to the Galaxy S11, according to a report from SamMobile on Monday, citing "highly reliable sources." This rumor has been circulating for some time now as a hidden menu option in the Android 10 menu for the Galaxy Note 9 allowed users to switch from the default 60Hz to the faster 120Hz.

Galaxy S11 might have a boring design, but it’s getting a hot display feature

  Galaxy S11 might have a boring design, but it’s getting a hot display feature Samsung built its mobile success on copying the iPhone in the early years, and whatever Apple does still influences Samsung’s decisions. But if there’s one iPhone trick that Samsung couldn’t replicate successfully so far, that’s recycling last year’s phone design. Apple used to launch a new iPhone design every couple of years, but that trend stopped with the iPhone 6, a design that Apple kept in place for three more years, for the iPhone 6s, 7, and 8 series. The iPhone X design was then used for all 2018 and 2019 devices, and the company is expected to drop a new iPhone design next year.

a screen shot of a computer: Así se vería el nuevo Galaxy S11 según OneLeaks.© OneLeaks

Así se vería el nuevo Galaxy S11 según OneLeaks.

A higher screen refresh rate makes things like animations and scrolling a whole lot smoother. Gamingphones such as the Razer phone and Asus ROG made 120Hz displays a standard. Other phone makers such as Google, Oppa and OnePlus have also upped their displays to 90Hz.

The Galaxy S11 will have its big coming-out party on Feb. 11. Samsung fans should expect a slew of new changes including making 5G a standard feature.

Samsung didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.

This might be our first look at the OnePlus 8 Pro’s 120Hz display .
In typical OnePlus fashion, the Chinese smartphone maker unveiled its first major upgrade for the OnePlus 8 series via an announcement on its own forums. As with previous signature features developed for unreleased hardware, CEO Pete Lau explained in great detail the new screen tech that will be on this year's new phones. The feature announcement couldn’t have come at a better time, considering all the chatter about the Galaxy S20’s rumored 120Hz screen. This brings us to a brand new leak that shows us the OnePlus 8’s 120Hz panel in a hands-on image.

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