Apple’s 2020 iPhone version is likely to hold some of the top Android phones on the market today. While the company often outperforms Android devices at processor speeds, its display is lagging behind in terms of upgrades. According to a new report, the display in the 2020 edition of the iPhone – the iPhone 13 series – will have a different level of refreshment.
According to the report, the displays are provided by Samsung Display, which will convert one of its product line optical light emitting diode (OLED) to low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) panels. LTPO is a backplane technology for OLED displays, which allows companies to produce a wide range of renewable energy prices. Apple’s 2020 iPhones have been criticized by both reviewers and users for setting the renewal price limit to 60Hz.
Update rate is the number of times the display displays a specific image, which is important to improve overall user experience. Android smartphone makers such as OnePlus, Samsung etc have used this feature to do good to improve the user interface (UI) on their devices. In fact, the report said that Samsung has already used these LTPO panels in the Galaxy Note 20 series.
To be clear, Apple is no stranger to high levels of innovation either. The company offers technology called ProMotion on its iPad Pro tablets, bringing various refresh rates between 60Hz and 120Hz. Android phones from Samsung, Asus, OnePlus, Xiaomi and many others have used the same technology to offer high or flexible upgrades to their devices.
The iPhone 13 series is expected in the second half of the year. While Apple faced production delays due to the epidemic last year, the company is expected to meet its normal deadlines this year.