During the Mobile World Congress 2017 Sony was surprised to present the first mobile phone on the market with a 4K screen. A very complete device that stands out for its power and features. More now that we know that the Sony Xperia XZ Premium screen keep an ace up your sleeve.
Most of you you will know the Razer Phone , the mobile oriented for a clearly gamer profile and which stands out for having a screen that offers a unique refresh rate in the market. Or not. And it seems that The Sony Xperia XZ Premium screen is also capable of working at 120 Hz.
Officially the display panel of the Sony Xperia XZ Premium it allows us to activate two screen modes: 1080p at 60 frames per second and 2160p at the same speed. What we did not know is that the screen also has support for playing content in 1080p quality at 120 frames per second.
How could it be otherwise, have been the guys from XDA who have discovered this new feature in the phone of the Japanese manufacturer through the program of open devices of Sony who have seen that This refresh rate is compatible with the Sony Xperia XZ Premium. In order to activate the function, the user of XDA uditrawat compiled an Android 8.1 Oreo version so that the screen of the Sony Xperia XZ Premium has support for the 120 Hz screen mode.
So, if the screen of the Sony Xperia XZ Premium Supports a 120 Hz mode, Why is not it activated as standard? Very simple: to start some users who have tried this compilation has worked while others have not, so it does not seem to work too well.
To this we must add the fact that Current AOSP does not support high-speed displays in a native way But that does not mean that the screen of the Sony Xperia XZ Premium will not have this function in the future.
And it is likely that in a future update , especially after arrival of Android P , we can activate this new mode on the screen of the Sony Xperia XZ Premium to further squeeze the possibilities of this amazing phone. Because if something is clear to us is that the terminal has more than enough hardware to support this refresh rate.