120 Hz AMOLED screens claimed to be included in the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max models can be produced by Samsung.

As you may remember, it was said that with the previously shared reports, the iPhone 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max will be installed on AMOLED displays with 120Hz refresh rate. While all these claims are on the agenda, it has been claimed that all of the 120Hz AMOLED screens that will be included in the iPhone 13 Pro models will be produced by Samsung.

For now, no explanation has been received from both Samsung and Apple regarding this claim. However, according to the news of MacRumors, we see that the 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max models will have 120Hz support and the new models of the series will also come with LTPO AMOLED screen technology, which stands out with low battery consumption.

As you know, LTPO OLED panels consume less energy compared to normal OLED panels because they can change the refresh rate of the screen. For example, while browsing the user interface, the refresh rate may automatically switch to 120 Hz, while it may drop to 30 Hz or 60 Hz while watching a video. When there is nothing on the screen, the refresh rate drops to 1 Hz, thus saving power. This prevents extra battery consumption.

In addition, this feature was expected to be included in the iPhone 12 Pro and 12 Pro Max models first. However, after the introduction of new iPhone models, it turned out that all these claims were unfounded. With the reports published later, all eyes were turned to the iPhone 13 series, which was expected to be introduced in September.

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