Apple iPhone 13 Pro Models to Use 120Hz LTPO OLED Displays from Samsung: Report


High refresh-rate displays have become the norm on high-end Android smartphones. Devices such as Samsung Galaxy S20, OnePlus 8 Pro, Xiaomi Mi10, Find the X3, And I live X60 120Hz refresh rate or higher. However, Apple has not yet implemented this technology in its iPhones. The latest smartphones from Apple IPhone 12 Series, still uses the old 60Hz refresh rate. IPhone 12 series Hincabadindi To have a 120Hz display but Apple could not go ahead with it due to battery life issues. Now, Apple has decided to use higher refresh-rate display panels from Samsung, according to a new report IPhone 13 Series.

New report from The Elek Apple claims to be using LTPO LED panels with a 120 Hz variable refresh rate from the Samsung display for the iPhone 13 series. According to the publication, Apple has already placed an order for the new display panels. Samsung has dedicated its LED panel manufacturing range to Apple with LTPO technology and will begin distributing display panels to the Cupertino-based tech giant later this year.

According to the report, Samsung initially promised to supply 30,000 OLED display subscribers per month to Apple. After the transition to LTPO technology is complete, the Korean brand iPhone maker is said to have promised to supply 70,000 LTPO LED substrates. Rumor has it IPhone 13 Pro Yet IPhone 13 Pro Max The 120Hz variable uses a high refresh-rate display, though IPhone 13 And the iPhone 13 Mini uses less sophisticated, 60Hz refresh rate panels.

Apple wants to use the high refresh-rate LTPO panel for the iPhone 12 series. LTPO displays can offer variable refresh rates, which is why they consume less battery power. For example, variable high refresh-rate displays can go up to 120Hz when scrolling or gaming to provide smoother motion, and drop the refresh rate to 30hz or 60Hz when watching videos to save battery. If Apple uses regular high refresh-rate OLED, it will have a negative impact on the battery life of the iPhone 12 series. Unfortunately, Apple did not get enough LTPO panels for the iPhone 12 series. Therefore, the Cupertino-based tech giant has dropped the high refresh rate feature for the iPhone 12 series smartphones.

Apple iPhone 13 Series Hincabadindi Will launch in September or October this year. The iPhone 13 series is expected to come with more powerful chipsets, better cameras, larger batteries, smaller dash and, as mentioned earlier, higher refresh rate displays.


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