The Galaxy S20 series packs a secret 96Hz display mode that can be activated with a bit of fiddling. After all, nearly all of the product range's Hz rivals also offer a 90Hz mode. It now came to light Samsung developed an equivalent solution, even though the solution hasn't been launched yet. Changing the "Settings. If you're familiar with those, that's all the crucial info you need.
Why is Samsung keeping these settings hidden?
A future feature?
Samsung's Galaxy S20 series comes with a Hz refresh rate display that allows for a smoother user interface than most other handsets, but it seems the company may have a hidden 96Hz mode. Officially, Samsung's devices just offer the choice of 60Hz or Hz. The Hz is a higher refresh rate, but it's only available when the display is set to a Full HD resolution - however, it seems the screen is also capable of 96Hz unofficially.
How to set your Galaxy S20 display to a 96Hz refresh rate
Samsung's Galaxy S20 lineup features a Hz display. Since high refresh rate displays tend to draw more power, the company also increased the battery capacity on its devices. Due to the same reason, Samsung runs the display on these devices at 60Hz by default. The company could have taken a middle ground by running the displays on the Galaxy S20 series at 90Hz to offer the best balance between performance and battery, but that option is surprisingly missing. Running the display at Hz has a noticeable impact on battery life while using it on 60Hz means one does not get to enjoy the benefits a high refresh rate panel brings. This is where the 96Hz mode of the panel comes in as it can offer the best of both worlds: performance and battery life.
OnePlus initiated the trend of higher refresh rate displays last year with their 7 series phones and come , it has become a norm for flagships to tout higher refresh rate screens in their advertising pitch. Samsung followed suit and recently released Galaxy S20 series phones with a display refresh rate of Hz. As higher refresh rates can eat up on battery life, phone manufacturers provide an option to tone down the refresh rate to 90 Hz or 60 Hz for normal use. Galaxy S20 also has the option to step down the refresh rate to 60 Hz but sadly there is no option to set it to 90 Hz. Well, that question is still unanswered and many users want to have this option as it is mild on the battery life and also promises better experience than the 60 Hz option. Thankfully there are hidden modes in the phone and you can tweak them right away. By toggling the value of Settings. The app can be downloaded for free from XDA Labs, and it has quick settings to make the change between 96 Hz and Hz. To ensure the change is working fine, you can run a test on testufo. Sign in.