All members of the iPhone 14 family to sport 120Hz LTPO OLED panels

06 July 2021
LG is gearing up to produce next year's LTPO OLED panels for iPhone 14.

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  • Anonymous

Ionitaci , 08 Jul 2021Finnaly they offer high refresh screens. But with that tiny... moreLTPO screen varies from 120Hz to 10Hz, so the battery is not much affected.

  • Anonymous

Invi, 11 Jul 2021And they will still be more expensive than all your visits ... moreIndeed

  • Anonymous

So will samsung, but not $2000 dollarz

  • Invi

And they will still be more expensive than all your visits to the optician and eye care specialist after looking at that flickering screen.

  • Johnny

Ionitaci , 08 Jul 2021Finnaly they offer high refresh screens. But with that tiny... moreHow come you are punishing yourself! Buy a Oppo 5000MAH 65Watt phone!

Many brand doesnt use 13 to their product

  • Ionitaci

Finnaly they offer high refresh screens. But with that tiny batteries the battery will be sub-mediocre at least. I own a 12 mini and I charge it twice a day.

DaFink, 07 Jul 2021🤦‍♂️ Again for the slower types out there, I mentioned the ... moreApple is the best phone maker period (I'm serious). But you can't say 120hz is better at them than at any other competitor. It's a fixed spec

Andreidinutu, 07 Jul 2021You definetley hinted at it being superior. Just unbelivable.🤦‍♂️ Again for the slower types out there, I mentioned the possibility. How can I ‘hint’ at something I don’t know??????

But I get it, how dare I raise the potential of anything Apple or iOS related being better, or even on par with the competition.

I mean just who do I think I am eh……….

DaFink, 07 Jul 2021Did I Say it would be better?? no, all I said is who knows,... moreYou definetley hinted at it being superior. Just unbelivable.

Samath N8 808 owner, 07 Jul 2021so you mean Apple's 120 Hz is actually 125Hz? How can... moreDid I Say it would be better?? no, all I said is who knows, maybe it could just be. I stated possibility, not what I believe will happen based on any bias. I leave that kind of nonsense to the rest of you.

And it's a bit rich for you to criticise me for 'making fun' whilst implying my decision was a 'mistake' based on your own biases.

My decision to switch is, for me, absolutely not a mistake. I'm not about to tell anyone else they should definitely follow suit though. Each person can decide for themselves, and as long as they are happy with the results, then no mistake has been made.

So why don't you take a long look in the mirror before getting so judgemental, after all I highly doubt you would have had a problem had my little quip been aimed as iOS fans........

DaFink, 06 Jul 2021I switched the other way, I just didn’t think it important ... moreso you mean Apple's 120 Hz is actually 125Hz?
How can 120 hz implementation of Apple be actually "superior"?
Let me guess, Apple's colours "seem" to be beautiful, is that what you mean?

We've already had HDR10 OLED's with 144 Hz on Android gaming phones, with adaptive HRR, touch sensitivity in few ms itself, and with 165 hz coming soon. This should end the argument if you're logical enough.

Your statements reflect love for Apple which is perfectly ok (having favourites is not wrong in my opinion).
But kindly don't blame others for mistakes you do yourself (your post proves you a fan, and the last line makes fun of fans on other side of the fence, that's it).

[deleted post]I mean that’s a very dim statement when you think about it. There are very few people in the civilised world that have never used Android at some time by this point.

And I’d wager quite heavily my own experience is far greater than yours. I have androids laying around the house now, including a moto E5 and 7 Amazon Fire tablets.

But sure whatever you say random anon…….

Billy Goat Gruff, 06 Jul 2021Don’t bother feeding the trolls. Once they all wanted xen... moreI mean, HRR is nice and all, but I get your point.

Two things these android fanboys seem to forget:

1. Nobody was asking for HRR before it arrived on Smartphones, now they drone on like you can’t live without it
2. Going by sales figures, iOS users are quite content to wait for HRR to be included on an iPhone.

Trying to point things like this out on here though just seems to rile these random anons up though.

Anonymous, 06 Jul 2021SD805 can handle 4K screen. All 6xx after 616 and all 7x... moreOk genius anon, tell us exactly what the A series is missing architecturally that would prevent it from running a HRR display?

  • Anonymous

And they will still find excuses like ApPlE oNlY uSe AfTeR iT BeCoMeS pErFeCt but when apple announce the phones, they will self-claimed ThIs Is A nEw InNoVaTiOn FrOm ApPle

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 06 Jul 2021SD805 can handle 4K screen. All 6xx after 616 and all 7x... moreYa not all processor are tend to run high resolution display, but if a processor supports less resolution then it saves a lot of battery

  • Harshan

So what about iPhone 13, will it also get? But for 120hz screen they need high battery capacity else, it will have poor battery backup

  • K

Samsung is not able to meet demand that is why apple is only providing 120 hz for two phones? Hahahahahaha This is a big load of BS.

Apple usually gives a well sought feature to two phones first and then the next year to other phones in order to entice people to upgrade. If apple gave 120 hz ltpo for all phones this year, why will people buy next years phones?

Not only this, many features apple gave to max phones first and then to all phones the next year for the same reason.

  • Anonymous

Anonymous, 06 Jul 2021They are always fashionably late. Here's my predicti... moreWhat do you expect from a company that is at the bottom of the barrel when it comes to innovation? Happy that the previous arrogant CEO never won his thermo~nuclear war. With T!m C00k copying certain features, iOS is Atleast able to stay afloat, otherwise it would have been wiped out by now.