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Yeah... it's working
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Didn't notice it straightaway after enabling the function. Need to restart the phone, then walla! It works๐Ÿ˜˜
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You right...restart the phone...and we shall see it...i'm impressed.
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60hz is enough for me... i prefer WQHD display... especially gaming...

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True, for N10+. As I'm using N10, resolution is fixed, and with this 120hz setting, it really makes UI2.1 experience much more smoother. Does this means N10 and S10 series are actually hardware ready for higher refresh rate?
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how much smoother? do a screen recording before and after... lolx...

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and by the way i had tested using 2 Note 10+ side by side for the difference...

 

if you are using FHD+ 60hz, yes... the 120hz is faster compare to 60hz...

 

But the WQHD+ is faster than FHD+ 120hz... 

 

so is up to you guys to choose... WQHD+ or FHD+ with 120hz...

 

P/S: even S20 series also running 120hz on FHD+ and it is not available on WQHD+ as well...

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Cool. Nice comparison. Anyway, I believe you mean smoother, not faster, right?๐Ÿ™‚
Take care.
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I saw this. Jadi meh? But don't u need hardware compatability to match it and enable it? So meaning note 10 series memang can clock in 120 hertz all the time and that Samsung just don't want to let us know isit?

Main concern: battery life. Lately I see s20 ultra user nickname the phone battery killer for a reason. I'm guessing from the refresh rate. Minus the exy and snapdragon issue of course.
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