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  • So I just had a weird experience.

  • I picked up an old device that was sitting around.

  • I had to get something off of it.

  • 60 Hearts device And it's not that long ago I was using a 60 Hertz advice as a daily driver.

  • But I had this weird experience having been using these higher refresh rate phones, where the 60 Hertz device just felt so slow.

  • And Laghi, almost like my brain, had completely reconfigured itself based on the fast refresh rate device devices that I've used recently.

  • So stepping backwards actually helped me to see the difference more vividly than I had in the past when stepping forward and I realized that through video it's actually been kind of hard to show you guys these differences.

  • And if you haven't had the chance to try, ah, hire refresh rate phone, you're kind of just going on the word of individuals online making videos like this telling you Hey, it's a massive difference.

  • It's a crazy effect, and the weird part about the effect is that it makes the 60 Hertz phones feel substantially slower from a processing perspective, because for me, the number one place that I actually witnessed this differences in the menu system on your home, feeding your app, selection in your settings, menus and things like this.

  • Yes, of course you can notice it in games and elsewhere.

  • And there are plenty of APS that don't support these higher refresh rates.

  • So you're not going to see it there, but just the general daily use of your phone.

  • You've noticed I've got a number of devices on the table.

  • I'm going to attempt to showcase this difference by slowing down the footage so that you watching it back, regardless of your refresh rate on your phone or computer display so you can see the difference and the gaps and the missing frames.

  • Essentially, when you're dealing with a slower refresh rate device.

  • So in front of me, I have an iPhone 11 pro max 60 Hertz device.

  • I have the pixel for Excel, which, as you know, is a 90 Hertz refresh device.

  • I have the latest top tier Samsung, the S 20 ultra 1 20 Hertz device, and then on the far right.

  • I think one of the only, if not the only 1 44 hurts refresh device that I featured recently the new Red Magic five G, which has all kinds of specialized gaming features, to take advantage off that refresh rate.

  • But I've just gone ahead and set it to 1 44 hurts right within the OS within the settings for everything that the phone does at the expense potentially of battery life when you bring up your APS, and you kind of just scroll through them in this fashion right here.

  • At first it might not be evident to you, but as your brain gets reprogrammed to this type of motion blur or lack thereof, there's this extra clarity and snappy nous that comes along with your input.

  • And this is an area in which I feel like phones, touchscreen devices, tablets, as is the case with the newer iPads.

  • When your input is touch, this experience is an even bigger deal or an even bigger improvement than it is on a display that you don't touch directly where you use a mouse like a computer display.

  • This is an incredibly twitchy and smooth experience, and the effect is that you feel like the phone is just way faster than it is then, of course, on the iPhones it becomes obvious you're missing frames.

  • Your brain is missing frames.

  • Now you might just be used to it.

  • But once you've adapted to the new thing, your brain goes where those missing frames it just somehow becomes far more evident.

  • Those frames that are missing, they pop up even in this sort of micro scrolls, where you can see your text jumping Maur on a slower display even as you sort of move through it slowly and again.

  • Very difficult to showcase on camera very evident to your eyeballs that nothing is missing there.

  • It's all incredibly smooth, and hopefully slowing down this footage gives you a better idea of how that difference operates.

  • A CZ Muchas gaming has been the marketing mechanism for a lot of these high refresh rate phones and certainly above 1 20 hertz and I could see people.

  • Obviously, the gaming community pushed the high refresh rates on the traditional computer on the PC side.

  • But for me, it's a lot more about the daily use and the feeling of speed and freshness on your phone.

  • Now, obviously we're far into the land of new wants, and it's a very specific difference, and you have to be tuned up yourself to notice that difference.

  • But I just had this weird experience of stepping back to 60 and having a whole new appreciation all over again for what's happening at 1 20 beyond.

  • If you're like me at all, and you have an appreciation for snappy nous and the speed of the thing in just the general usability and the ledge ability to when you're reading long articles scrolling and you like to sort of stop and then scroll a little more slowly, there also seems to be less fatigue, at least for me.

  • It's an improvement that maybe in many ways gives you the experience of performance, possibly even more so than the processing power of the device on its own.

  • Granted, to support these high refresh rates, you will need the processing power that's mandatory as well.

  • But anyway, I hope that was interesting to you.

  • Let me know if you can spot the difference.

  • Also, let me know what refresh rate are you using right now on your smartphone?

So I just had a weird experience.


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スマートフォンの画面速度 - あなたは違いを見つけることができますか? (Smartphone Screen Speed - Can You Spot The Difference?)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日