Presently, most flagship smartphones come with a high refresh rate display. Most of them choose to support 90Hz, 120Hz, or even 144Hz displays. Motorola also joined the ranks this year, launching a 90Hz display. We have the Motorola Edge, Edge+, and Moto G 5G Plus smartphones. Now, Motorola seems to be making another smartphone with a high refresh rate display. However, reports show that the company is testing an unusual 105Hz refresh rate mode on this device. Generally speaking, the refresh rate of the display screen is in Hz and set to a multiple of 30 or 24 to reduce the freeze when watching most videos.
Will the Motorola flagship use a 105Hz refresh rate?
There has been conclusive evidence that the peak refresh rate of this upcoming Motorola flagship machine is 105Hz. However, we don’t know if Motorola will actually launch a phone with this configuration. Given that 105Hz is not a multiple of 24 or 30, Motorola may only test this refresh rate during the development process and cap the refresh rate at 90Hz when the phone is on the market.
When ASUS launched the ROG Phone 3 with a 144Hz display, we also saw a similar situation. The company tested a 160Hz refresh rate mode before launch. In addition, Motorola can simply adjust the refresh rate of the display, as long as there is a video on the screen, you can avoid any micro-pauses, but in addition, when scrolling through the user interface or applications, you can enable a higher refresh rate of 105Hz.
As for other information about this phone, we know that the screen resolution is 2520×1080 and the display size is 6.7 inches. In addition, this device seems to have a 5000 mAh battery and new camera functions including “audio zoom”. Audio zoom is a function that already exists on other smartphones such as Samsung and Google. It basically uses the phone’s microphone to adjust the audio focus when zooming in or out. The Motorola mobile phone model is XT2125 (code-named “Nio”). It uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor and the basic version is 128GB storage space and 8GB memory.
In the camera department, this device uses a 64-megapixel main sensor. To be precise, it uses the OmniVision OV64B image sensor. In addition, there is a 16-megapixel OmniVision OV16A10 sensor, which is likely to act as an ultra-wide-angle camera lens. The third and final sensor on the back is likely to be a 2-megapixel depth sensor, OmniVision OV02B1B. The front dual camera of the phone has a 16-megapixel OmniVision OV16A1Q (possibly an ultra-wide-angle camera lens) and 8-megapixel Samsung S5K4H7. We also expect dual SIM cards and Android 11 on this one.