Not surprisingly, smartphone manufacturers respond to consumer demand with 90Hz, 120Hz, and 144Hz panels with full HD and 2K resolution. A high level of refinement is now common in Samsung’s flagship and you choose mid-range phones.
The Samsung Galaxy’s highest refresh rate means sharper text, and more smooth viewing of videos, games, and whatever you watch on your phone screen. These indicators can be extremely difficult for batteries and this is where the difference between a high recovery rate and a dynamic renewal level can be.
The Motion Smoothness feature allows you to adjust the refresh rate to remove background images and blur the moving images faster. By default, the Galaxy Phone’s highest refresh rate is set to 60Hz, but you can upgrade it to enable smooth movement on the display by turning it to a maximum highest refresh rate of 120Hz.
A high refresh rate makes everything in your phone display look smooth and sharp, you can use a high refresh rate to avoid screen blinking when switching screens. However, we advise you to use the 120Hz display when it is time to play or you will be sitting down for a long time reading on your smartphone.
Fortunately, it is very easy to turn on the 120Hz refresh rate when you need it and turn it off when you are done. Here’s how to adjust the upgrade to any Samsung smartphone (or running One UI 4.1).
Change the highest refresh rate for your Samsung phone:
- Go to Settings and enter the Display section to get started.
- Tap to move smoothly.
- Choose the option you like.
- Adaptive: Enjoy smooth animation and scrolling by automatically adjusting your screen refresh rate to 120 Hz.
- Normal: Use a 60 Hz screen refresh rate in normal conditions to save battery power.
- Finally, press Enter.