Hi Mi Fans,
Well recently POCO launched their new device POCO X3 NFC aka #ExactlyWhatYouNeed. The device ships with a 120Hz blazing fast display. You must be curious to know how it is better than the regular 60Hz display. So let's get started!
But before that lets quickly understand what exactly it is and why it is so important. The refresh rate measures how quickly the phone’s display updates. In other words, how often and quickly the content on the screen refreshes. A 60Hz display refreshes 60 times per second and 120Hz is 120 times per second, which means it refreshes two times faster than 60Hz display. Faster update times also mean lower latency, because the pixels are being refreshed more often. It’s worth mentioning again that an increase in smoothness and responsiveness are the primary benefits you’ll get from an increased refresh rate. Scrolling through your apps and swiping across menus will feel smoother and more responsive as a result of the higher refresh rate. From my personal experience after using POCO X3, I don't feel like using my older device which had a 60Hz panel. Gaming performance is one of the biggest beneficiaries of a higher refresh rate. Also POCO X3 NFC ships with adaptive 120Hz screen, which means depending on the content displayed the screen will switch to 50Hz, 60Hz or 120Hz to save battery.The 120Hz option works dynamically as usual - it is always showing MIUI 12 and its default apps at 120fps, but it reverts to 60Hz when the picture is static. The phone saves battery whenever possible and but you can't really tell it. The touch sensors are working with a super-sensitive 240Hz sampling rate, which should be appreciated by gamers mostly. Overall in my experience POCO X3 NFC is the best device according to it's price range.
Want to know more about it? Here is a video!!
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