The Samsung Galaxy S20 series will be released in San Francisco on February 11. The Samsung Galaxy S20 series is coming out in 2020, a little short of official launch date, but there has been a lot of exposure online about the S20 series. And in the recent exposure of netizens, Samsung S20 series on the machine equipped with a 2K screen.
However, there is a certain limit on the refresh rate of 120Hz, which also means that at 2k resolution, the 120Hz refresh rate mode will not be supported.
For Samsung such a restriction of processing, in fact, many netizens have expressed great doubts.
Because as you can see on phones launched in 2019, there’s no problem with using a 90Hz refresh rate on a 2K screen.
Now the mobile phone refresh rate is further improved, the phone itself SOC and other hardware also increased simultaneously, so the reasons and purposes of the restrictions made by Samsung are more unknown.
While Samsung has added restrictions in this regard, it’s not a problem for many of the tech-savvy gods.
Just abroad on the famous machine-making forum XDA immediately sent out a picture of the restrictions, and said they would find a way to “manually turn on” the 2K resolution of the 120Hz refresh rate mode.
As the largest developer forum abroad, XDA brings together a variety of software cracking technology as well as various technology gods.
It is not complicated to believe that they can crack the 120Hz refresh rate function at this 2K resolution, so when the crack is done, we may be able to understand why Samsung is taking such restrictions.