If you have to choose: will you choose a clearer screen or a smoother scrolling screen on your smartphone? This year, low-budget phone buyers may ask themselves a question: OnePlus Nord N100, Moto G50 and the new Samsung Galaxy F12 and M12 refresh the screen 90 times per second (which is good!), but their screens are below the best screen The resolution is 720p. This is the same resolution as the Galaxy Nexus launched in 2011.
Compared with your normal iPhone, this is a trivial pixel. Since the iPhone 4 came out in 2010, every Apple phone has provided at least 326 pixels per inch (PPI), so you cannot distinguish these pixels with the naked eye at a typical viewing distance. (The marketing term is “retina display”
However, Apple has never provided an iPhone with a high refresh rate screen. We often find it to be one of the most anticipated features of high-end and mid-range smartphones, because it can do all your work (not just games)) It feels smoother. (Apple may achieve this goal later this year.)
But the Galaxy F12 and M12, OnePlus and Moto have shown that high refresh does not need to be a high-end feature at all, and does not even need to be priced at $300 as we recently saw on the OnePlus Nord N10 5G. As long as you are willing to sacrifice pixels to get there, Samsung phones especially cost less than $150 each.
In other respects, this phone priced at Rs 9,999 also seems to be a good choice: They are based on the same basic platform as the Galaxy A12 and its quad camera array, but have a larger 6,000mAh battery, which makes many other phones The type is different from war. market. You get a fingerprint sensor mounted on the side. Just note that although its 8-nanometer Exynos 850 processor sounds new, it is on par with Qualcomm’s recent 800 series Snapdragon chip. Its performance is closer to the 2019 Snapdragon 665.
It is not clear that neither of these two phones will be available in the United States. OnePlus Nord N100 already has it, and G50 was launched in Europe late last month.