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High refresh rate screens first appeared on smartphones in 2017, when the first Razer Phone was released. At that time, Razer provided a 120Hz IGZO LCD panel for a smoother experience when sliding menus or supported games.
Fast forward to 2021, and it seems that almost all flagship smartphones (and even many mid-range smartphones) offer high refresh rate displays. Therefore, it is not uncommon to see mobile phones equipped with 90Hz, 120Hz or even 144Hz screens. But is your current mobile phone refresh rate high? This is the question we raised in the special voting today, so please let us know by voting below.
Some of the most famous high refresh rate phones include Samsung Galaxy S20 and S21 series, Redmi Note 10 Pro, Galaxy A52 series and OnePlus 9 series. Although there are still some high-end mobile phones that adhere to the standard 60Hz refresh rate, such as Apple’s iPhone, even Cupertino is expected to adopt high refresh rate panels soon.
To clarify, we are asking about the maximum refresh rate supported on your phone, not the refresh rate you choose. Therefore, if the highest frequency of your phone is 120Hz, but you keep it at 60Hz, please continue to choose 120Hz. However, if you want to elaborate on your choice, please feel free to leave a comment below.