On the Android front, cards are being redistributed. According to research, 120Hz screens managed to outperform 60Hz.
With the development of screen technologies, 90Hz and above panels began to be seen in the mobile market. This high screen refresh rate, which goes up to 144Hz on gamer phones, is apparently loved by Android users. AnTuTu, the performance test application, has published its delighting research for 120Hz displays today. According to the research, the use of Android phones with 60Hz screens has dropped to 42.5%.
120Hz displays boost Android
The average of 120Hz refresh screens has increased to 38.6 percent. The biggest factor in the popularity of high refresh rate displays in such a short time is undoubtedly the transition of the middle segment to these technologies. 12.4 percent of recently tested smartphones on AnTuTu support 90Hz refresh rate. Models that support 144 Hz stay at 5.7 percent. The reason for the low 144 Hz refresh rate is that this speed is only used on player phones. Also, only 0.2 percent of tested devices support 165Hz refresh rate.
It is also included in the report that the most popular smartphones have 6.6-inch screens, occupying 27.9 percent of the market. The 6.6-inch screen size is followed by 6.7-inch models with a share of 25.4 percent. While 57.9 percent of smartphones have screens with 1080p resolution, 8.8 percent of devices have a resolution of 1440 x 3200 pixels.
As you can see, the Android front has surpassed its rival Apple in terms of screen. Apple, which uses a 60 Hz screen even on the iPhone 12 Pro Max, will change this policy with the iPhone 13 Pro. Apple, which will put a 120 Hz ProMotion screen exclusively for the Pro family, will use 60 Hz screens, which are now outdated, in its main models.