According to what emerges online, it seems that the new premium tablets from Samsung, the Galaxy Tab S7, and S7 +, arriving in August during the Unpacked event, could enjoy panels with 120 Hz refresh rates.
Galaxy Tab S7 & Tab S7 +: which model will have 120 Hz?
The previous (and current … for now) model, although it is fast, powerful and powerful, is technically incapable of being “fluid” like the competitor compared to the iPad Pro; the shortcoming is not in a CPU with low clock frequencies or in software full of lag or delay in daily use. It is simply a display.
With a screen having a high refresh rate of 120 Hz, all operations will be even more dynamic, smooth, as if they naturally followed the gestures of the fingers; with such an option Samsung tablets will have nothing less than the rivals of the bitten apple and will represent the perfect alternative (price included).
For a tablet, having a panel with a high refresh rate makes much more sense than we can see on a smartphone. The large unit helps to see the most fluid animations if you have a 120 Hz refresh rate (even from 90) and the animations during gaming are more engaging and more natural, especially during online gaming sessions. Once you have tested 120 Hz on the Galaxy S20 series or on the different OnePlus 8 Pro, it is difficult to go back to a “classic” 60 Hz display. To be clear: the current iPhone 11 and 11 Pro still have the “old” technology on board (things will change with models belonging to the iPhone 12 range).
In addition, the experience with the S-Pen could also benefit from the aforementioned technology during digital drawing or 2D animations carried out on the various editing software and photo retouching.
On the other hand, having a high refresh rate could affect battery life, but if Samsung decides to equip the two variants of the tablet with amperages of over 9800 mAh (as they say), there should be no particular problems.
Suppose that at least the Plus version of the Galaxy Tab S7 range will have a display with the highest update frequency; considering that this feature may be missing on the standard Galaxy Note 20, we do not know how the company intends to proceed in the presence of a double variant for the same model. Both, neither or only one of the two? At the start of the speculations, or … we just have to wait for the next leaks and rumors that will emerge online, keeping a good dose of skepticism about it.
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