Samsung has confirmed that the minimum refresh rate of the Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus display is 48Hz
Samsung claimed that all three models of these phones benefit from variable refresh rates up to 120 Hz, which are consistent with last year’s models. Of course, only Galaxy S22 Ultra thanks to the use of LTPO display technology 2.0 can change the refresh rate between 1 and 120 Hz.
NotebookCheck reports, Samsung has already announced that the refresh rate of the Galaxy S 22 and the Galaxy S22 Plus will likely drop to 10Hz; A claim that can still be seen on the company’s official website. However, the Korean company has changed its mind about this feature. As you can see in the image below, Samsung has now announced that the screen of Galaxy S22 And S22 Plus only supports 48-120 Hz refresh rate; As a result, none of these two phones use LTPO 2.0 technology and are instead equipped with LTPS technology.
Unfortunately, Samsung has confirmed in its ads that it will continue to offer adaptive refresh rates up to 10Hz for the Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus; While none of these two devices can set the refresh rate lower than 48 Hz. Ross Young of Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC) said this is not necessarily a last-minute change on Samsung’s part.
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Yang tweeted that companies are only showing LTPS displays with refresh rates up to 48Hz as samples, and so far no No company has released a commercial product that combines these capabilities. It is likely that independent experts will learn about the lack of 10Hz refresh rate support during their tests, and until then Samsung will provide the reasons behind its advertising; But until then, the company may continue to misrepresent the Galaxy S22 and S22+ displays.