Although it looks like Android is behind on paper, we will see again that this is not the case with the iPhone 13.
Apple decided to use the ProMotion screen, which it first tested on the iPad Pro in 2017 and achieved a successful result, in the iPhone 13 series. The news on this subject was first published in Digitimes. Later, South Korean media outlet The Elec confirmed this. LTPO technology on the screen will also prevent the excessive power consumption that is frequently complained of in iPhones.
Since the LTPO screen is an important technology in energy efficiency, the 120 Hz screen on the iPhone 13 will not exploit the battery much. So far, all iPhone phones, even the latest iPhone 12 series, use a 60 Hz display. This means that the content on the screen changes 60 times per second or every 16ms.
The update frequency of the 120Hz screen is twice what Apple currently has, so it is updated approximately every 8ms. After that, users will feel the difference significantly when browsing lists or switching between pages on the home screen. Although the iPad uses LCD instead of an OLED screen, ProMotion has been an important feature of the iPad Pro lineup since 2017. In the past few years, many Android phones have started using high refresh rate displays.
We kept the real bomb news for the last time. This time the series will most likely have fingerprints on the screen. However, unlike Android phones, there will be a fingerprint reader on the surface, not inside the screen. Stay tuned for detailed information.