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According to the latest rumors, the Galaxy S24 will have a display with a higher refresh rate

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Image Source: Samsung The Galaxy S23 versions released earlier this year featured a refresh rate ceiling of 120Hz, which was enough for something that would be in your pocket or hand. Nevertheless, with the release of the Galaxy S24, Samsung is expected to boost that amount. Here's the breakdown. Sam Lover revealed the story, suggesting that Samsung will raise the maximum supported refresh rate to 144Hz. Moving from a 120Hz to a 144Hz panel would provide little to no advantage for speedier scrolling until Samsung finds a means to enhance the touch sampling rate of all Galaxy S24 variants. The touch sample rate differs from the refresh rate, however the greater the value, the more responsive your smartphone will be to your touch inputs. The report does not specify if all Galaxy S24 members, which are expected to be released next year, would receive this upgrade, but Revegnus may have a clearer sense of what to expect in 2024. The source indicates the Galaxy S24 Ultra will have a 144Hz display in a deleted tweet, but does not specify if the less-priced models would have the same technology. [caption id="attachment_132892" align="aligncenter" width="1200"]Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Image Source: Engadget[/caption] The Galaxy S23 Ultra is the only model in the current range with an LTPO display that can be set to a refresh rate as low as 1Hz to preserve battery life. In comparison, the refresh rate of the Galaxy S23 and Galaxy S23 Plus is in the 48-120Hz range. If there was one improvement we would want to see, it would be the move to LTPO panels for the more cheap Galaxy S24 models, which would let them to decrease their refresh rate to 1Hz in certain instances. Also Read: The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra and other new Galaxy phones are still available for pre-order, and you can get a $150 credit Sadly, because mass manufacturing LTPO panels is costly, Samsung would have to potentially raise the price of these devices. Apple's iPhone 15 Pro and iPhone 15 Pro Max are reported to have Samsung's M13 panels in the fourth quarter of 2023, providing both smartphones enhanced power-efficiency. We have yet to learn whether the same technology will be present in Galaxy S24 versions, but we will keep our readers updated in the coming months.

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