Every year, phones become a bit faster, longer lasting and happier in style. One of the features coming to phones that makes a bigger and more significant difference is higher refresh rates. The default speed is 60 Hz, which means that the phone screen refreshes 60 times per second. In 2017, Razer Phone called CNET with its 120 Hz display, resulting in remarkably smooth page scrolling, and recently phones from and received Displays with frequency 90 Hz.
It looks like Samsung is about to become the biggest brand of phones and raise the refresh rate even further. As discovered by a Korean technical blogger Ice Universe new
When rotated to 120 Hz indoes not guarantee any difference because the phone's hardware is unable to switch. However, it suggests that by 2020, the Galaxy S11 will also have this feature, using the same version of Android 10. Both the and currently run the Android operating system 9.0 Pie. Note 9 is the first Samsung phone to receive the beta version of Android 10.
Galaxy S11 appears to contain, in addition to the new display options, one user interface 2 the second edition of Samsung's Android user interface. , In October, Samsung unveiled one user interface 2 and unveiled an update that delivers improved accessibility, moving icons, a dark lock and home screen mode, and smaller notification windows for Samsung Galaxy phones, wearable products, tablets, and folding phones.