iPhone 13 Pro & Max to Feature Samsung’s 120Hz RR Display

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iPhone 13 to Feature Samsung's Display

iPhone 13 to Feature Samsung’s Display

Recently we saw breathtaking leaked pictures of Apple iPhone 13. iPhone 12 is only a few months old and we are already moving towards a new iPhone 13 lineup. Upcoming iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Ma are going to be launched equipped with Samsun’s 120 Hz refresh rate displays. The new range of displays from Samsung in iPhone 13 will be low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) displays.

These new 120 Hz displays will offer a better scroll experience. Earlier, the mention was made in December 2020 about using the 120 Hz LTPO Displays. Recently the same has been claimed by a South Korean blog called The Elec. As per the claims, iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Max (higher variants) will be featuring these 120 Hz LTPO displays from Samsung Displays. This claim was also made by Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, display industry analyst Ross Young, and tipsters Jon Prossers and Max Weinbach in past.

In December 2020, a report said that Apple iPhone 13 Pro and Max might feature a 6.1-inch 120 Hz LTPO OLED and 6.7-inch 120 Hz LTPO OLED display along with having a smaller notch as compared to previous iPhone models.

This information about the display of iPhone 13 Pro and Max has also revealed some information about the camera, design, and connectivity of the new iPhone range. According to Ming-Chi Kuo, the same 7P wide-angle camera will be offered in iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Max, and iPhone 13 Mini with f/1.6 aperture whereas the iPhone 13 Max might feature the same lens with f/1.5 aperture.

The new LTPO display may enable iPhone to feature always-on displays with a clock visible on it. iPad Pro models have already supported up to 120 Hz refresh rate since 2017 as it was a part of a feature called ProMotion. ProMotion automatically adjusts the refresh rate as per the content. There are already many Android devices that support a 120 Hz refresh rate so it was long due for the iPhone and now we are going to have it.

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