One of the biggest promotions expected in the future IPhone 13The series is moving to displays with high refresh rates – a feature that has already become popular on Android phones. A new report suggests that Apple will take a step forward and start using some of Samsung’s best 120Hz panels.
According to a report from Electricity (Korean site) Apple will use Samsung screens LTPO OLED panel For iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max. Screen requests have already been sent and Samsung will update its exclusive product line from Apple during the first half of 2021. A production target of 70,000 pillars per month has been set.
Samsung is expected to be the exclusive supplier of the aforementioned LTPO panels, while LG and BOE will be the suppliers of the other OLED panels. The panels made of low-temperature polycrystalline oxide consume significantly less energy while driving, thanks to features like Adaptive Frequency, Samsung’s TFT technology that can automatically change the refresh rate on the screen. When turned on, for example, the screen will run at a maximum of 120 frames per second, while it drops to 30 frames per second when watching a movie.
These apps have been used on devices like the Note 20 Ultra, S21 Ultra, and even the Asus ROG Phone 5. OnePlus 9 Pro It takes a step further and can drop up to 1 Hz during still scenes to save more power. Samsung recently published a post about how good reception from manufacturers is and how interesting it is.
Shortly after the iPhone 12 was launched, information appeared that Apple had decided to skip the high refresh rates due to the increase in power consumption. By introducing a variable refresh rate, this can be an issue Fixed for iPhone 13 series.
The iPhone 13 series is likely to do so They appear in September this yearBut things could get worse due to a global semiconductor shortage. Apple may also need to compensate Samsung Display for its inability to match demand for iPhone 12 Mini panels, according to a report by Who The Korea Herald.