line with 5G commercialization, creating a widespread need for display panel technologies that can enable greater power savings. Our Adaptive Frequency display technology is expected to considerably enhance the user experience by calibrating refresh rates in line with the requirements of a specific application and therein more precisely allocating available power. This will free up time for other smartphone operations.”
New backplane technology will eliminate the flickering that could appear at refresh rates as low as 10Hz. And adding the 10Hz rate for photos and social-media sites has helped the variable-rate panel consume as little as 60% of operating power. Samsung notes that conventional panels “waste power” by using a fixed frequency refresh rate regardless of the content. In other words, a device isn’t wasting its battery power to drive a 120Hz refresh rate on an app where it isn’t useful.
Samsung says that the tech will sharply improve the efficiency of 5G handsets which means that we should see this feature on some of Sammy’s high-end 5G phones and possibly on some of its mid-range 5G handsets as soon as this year.
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