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Samsung-made 120Hz display may be used for iPhone 13 Pro models


Apple demanded to launch a starter of four different iPhone 13 this year. The Samsung-made 120Hz Adaptive refresh rate tech may not proceed to all the iPhone 13 models but only to the ‘Pro’ starters – iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max.

Apple iPhone 13 Pro variant will purportedly issue with a high refresh rate display (Hz), as per multiple reports and news. The iPhone 13 Pro and the iPhone 13 Pro Max model will appear with a 120Hz ProMotion panel that we have practiced to eye on the iPad Pro.

While there is no reliable news from Apple on the iPhone 13, this was massively rumored for the iPhone 12 models, though the devices still come with a basic 60Hz refresh rate.

For the past few months, the 120Hz refresh rate will arrive in the iPhone 13 series. Additionally, a new report from the South Korean blog The Elec suggests that the tech giant will permanently bring a 120Hz display to its double smartphone. The 120 Hz display can draw the picture 120 times for each second. IT is 33 percent quicker than what other screen offers, particularly 90 Hz refresh rate display.

Premium phone with 120 Hz refresh rate

As per the report via Mac-rumors, the Samsung-made 120Hz Adaptive refresh rate tech may come to the iPhone 13 pro models and 13 Pro Max. These two models are assumed to use RFPCB. And, they also have Low-Temperature Polycrystalline Oxide (LTPO) thin-film transistor (TFT) OLED panels which will be developing from Display of Samsung company.

Notable Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also stated that the iPhone 13 is likely to utilize LTPO technology. The piece of information resonates with the offers made by Apple analyst Ming Chi-Kuo in the past other with display analyst Ross Young and tipster Jon Prosser.

The most recent claim was from Young, who tweeted that perceive some rumors in the manufacturing and media that there would only be one LTPO model from Apple later this year. Can confirm that is not the case, and Apple fans can relax.

Samsung-made Display

Specialists say that high refresh rate displays are among the most important tech trends in the smartphone market. Firms like Samsung, Xiaomi, and OnePlus already offer mid-range to premium smartphones with a 120Hz screen.

Moreover, a huge difference we can suspect from the iPhone 13 series. And it uses a smaller notch and better cameras on the higher-end models. The iPhone 13 starters talked to introduce four models such as iPhone 13, iPhone 13 Mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max. In September, Apple suspects to launch the new iPhone 13 series someday.

Image courtesy of TT Technology/YouTube

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