Samsung Expected to Supply 120Hz Displays for iPhone 13 Pro Models

Apples upcoming iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max models are widely rumored to feature OLED shows with as much as a 120Hz refresh rate, resulting in smoother content and scrolling, and additional reports continue to surface.
Korean website The Elec today reported that Samsung will be the unique supplier of 120Hz screens for iPhone 13 Pro models:
On the other hand, the 2 higher tier iPhones this year that will use RFPCB will have low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) thin-film transistor (TFT) OLED panels.
LTPO OLED is required for a 120Hz refresh rate screen. These panels will be supplied exclusively by Samsung Display.
Numerous sources have actually claimed that iPhone 13 Pro designs will lastly support a 120Hz revitalize rate after years of rumors, including Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, show industry analyst Ross Young, leakers Jon Prosser and Max Weinbach, and others.
120Hz support will be enabled by Apple embracing low-power LTPO display innovation, according to reports. LTPO innovation would result in a more power effective backplane, which is accountable for turning individual pixels on and off on the display screen, permitting a 120Hz refresh rate without a significant effect on battery life.
Similar to current Apple Watch designs, LTPO might also enable iPhone 13 models to have an always-on display with the clock visible.
iPad Pro designs have supported up to a 120Hz refresh rate because 2017 as part of a function called ProMotion, which instantly changes the refresh rate depending upon the content. A wide range of Android mobile phones now have 120Hz display screens also, so support for the higher refresh rate on the iPhone is more than due.