The Galaxy S21 FE screen refresh rate bug causes a delay in the performance of this device
Some time ago, Samsung Galaxy introduced the S21 FE as a successor to the popular Galaxy S20 FE. In fact, this phone is a weakened version of Galaxy S 21 and now 9to5Google reports It has been reported that some users have encountered the problem of the refresh rate in the display of this device. PhoneArena’s $699 Galaxy S21 FE features a 6.4-inch display and supports a 120Hz refresh rate for smooth scrolling. However, the LTPO technology allows the device to adjust the refresh rate of the display according to the content you are viewing. This means the S21 FE’s display can switch between a 60Hz or 120Hz refresh rate.
However, an issue with the Galaxy S21 FE’s display appears to cause lag when switching to a refresh rate lower than 60Hz. will be Users who have experienced this issue have described it as “excessive stuttering” in the phone’s animations and throughout the user interface. Currently, there are several reports about this issue in one of Samsung’s support forums.
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Apparently, this problem mostly affects the Exynos Galaxy S21 FE model. One of the possible solutions to solve this problem is to turn the screen off and on. Also, it seems like this issue is most likely a software bug; However, there is still a possibility that the problem is related to a hardware issue.