Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus are not equipped with the old LTPO display technology
After checking the specifications of Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus it was found that these two phones have OLED displays They do not have LTPO. A display analyst has looked into this issue and his research results will likely disappoint many S22 and S22 Plus buyers.
According to wccftech DSCC director Ross Young announced in a now-deleted tweet that other than the Galaxy S22 Ultra None of the other models in the Galaxy S22 family have Old LTPO technology. If you are not familiar with the term LTPO, this technology allows the display to change the refresh rate between 10Hz and 120Hz depending on what is being shown on the screen.
Old LTPO technology reduces Unnecessary battery drain helps, but it costs more to produce compared to traditional panels. For obvious reasons, Samsung could not include this technology on the two devices without increasing the price of both the S22 and S22+ models, and for this reason, the company had to remove it. The refresh rate of this Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus can only be reduced to 60 Hz.
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The only problem is that now with the reduction in screen size Samsung phones Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus, these two products have smaller batteries than last year’s models, which will undoubtedly have an adverse effect on battery life. Below you can see the specifications sheet of Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus; The sheet in which Samsung states that the refresh rate of the display of these two models is between 10 and 120 Hz, but this part will probably be corrected soon.