This new screen, first launched on the Galaxy Note20 Ultra 5G, can hit 120Hz when high speed is needed to play games, down to 60Hz when playing video, 30Hz when you text, or as low as 10Hz when displaying screens. still image.
At the slowest setting, Samsung claims it can only use 60% of the normal power needed, while other screens can̵7;t adjust without starting to flicker. Vice President Ho-Jung Lee planning mobile displays for Samsung Display said in a statement, “Our Adaptive Frequency display technology is expected to significantly enhance the user experience by how to adjust the refresh rate to the requirements of a particular application and thereby more accurately allocate the available power. “
Overall, the company claims its technology can save up to 22% more power compared to other displays. However, like Anandtech indicated, the granularity of the control or if it is limited to the specified settings. We have seen adaptive sync technology in displays and even TVs used to reduce screen tearing, but on these small screens, at least the first implementation is mostly energy saving. .