These days it is pretty common for smartphones to come with high refresh-rate displays. In line with this, new reports suggest that Motorola is testing out an unusual 105Hz refresh rate display for its next phone.
Notably, this 105Hz refresh rate panel will be included in the next flagship phone from Motorola. Well, this is not the first time Motorola has opted for a high-refresh-rate display.
The company joined the bandwagon this year with its 90Hz displays on Motorola Edge, Edge+, and Moto G 5G Plus smartphones. It seems like the company wants to up the numbers with a 105Hz refresh rate.
XDA’s Editor-in-chief, Mishaal Rehman, shared this piece of info on Twitter. The refresh rate of a display, normally, is a multiple of 30 or 24. This is to reduce micro stutters when watching videos.
However, this information about Motorola testing an unusual 105Hz refresh rate panel for its next phone hints the tradition is going to break.
Motorola is testing out this 105Hz refresh rate for its device codenamed “Nio.” There is no confirmation whether or not the phone will ship with this peak configuration.
As per XDA, Motorola may divide this 105Hz refresh rate into 24 or 30 evenly, and is testing this refresh rate only during development. It may cap the refresh rate at 90Hz when the phone launches.
Motorola’s next flagship will pack a 6.7-inches display, 5,000 mAh battery & much more
Revealed by Mishaal and Nils Ahrensmeier of TechnikNews, the Motorola XT2125 (codenamed “Nio”) will pack a 6.7-inch display with 2520×1080 resolution.
It is expected to come with a 5,000 mAh battery. New camera features like “audio zoom” will also be a part of the phone that makes use of the devices’ microphones to adjust the audio focus, when zooming in/out.
Moreover, the phone is speculated to feature the Snapdragon 865 SoC. Motorola “Nio” will come with a base variant of 128GB of storage and 8GB of RAM.
Talking about the leaked camera specifications, the phone should come with a 64MP primary sensor. To be precise, it will be the OmniVision OV64B image sensor.
A 16MP OmniVision OV16A10 sensor will join the ultrawide lens. The third sensor would likely be a 2MP depth sensor the OmniVision OV02B1B.
For selfies, it would pack a dual-camera setup. It would feature a 16MP OmniVision OV16A1Q and an 8MP Samsung S5K4H7. The 16MP lens is likely going to be an ultrawide camera. Other specs include dual SIM support and Android 11 out of the box.
Motorola is testing a default peak refresh rate of 105Hz for "nio". I've never seen a phone or display default to 105Hz, so it could just be something they're testing like how ASUS has a 160Hz mode on the ROG Phone 3. https://t.co/bUr8Jngek0
— Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) November 24, 2020Advertisement