The high refresh rate of 2K resolution and 120Hz is a bright spot that many manufacturers have mentioned when they warm up for new phones. Undeniably, under such high parameters, the mobile phone experience will be further enhanced. But at the same time, it is inevitable that people will be suspicious of their power consumption. The latest Samsung Galaxy S20 series, which features a top-of-the-line screen, has limited its software-level, allowing only a combination of 1080P plus 120Hz or 2K-60Hz.
Today, according tomedia reports, Samsung is considering opening the 2K-120Hz limit mode, but considering power consumption and other issues, Samsung is still optimizing this mode. If successful, it will be released within 1-3 months.
Even in the existing 120Hz mode, Samsung still does nuns don’t allow the global to maintain such a high number of frames. When the battery overheats, the battery is too low, or when you start a high-occupancy program for the camera, Google Maps, etc., the phone automatically drops to 60Hz to reduce GPU pressure and power consumption.
From this point of view, it is not only a matter of power, 2K-120Hz for the gpu performance of the phone also has some challenges. Samsung’s current optimization is also to find the right equilibrium between power consumption and performance. Can only expect Samsung to optimize the completion of early, or folk master can shoot “crack”.