Samsung’s Galaxy S22 is already stirring up controversy

Chris Smith


Samsung’s Galaxy S22 is already stirring up controversy

Samsung unveiled the Galaxy S22 series last week. The three handsets are already available for preorder, complete with a few deals that fans of the Galaxy S series shouldn’t ignore. But before you buy one, you should know Samsung already has some Galaxy S22 display controversy on its hands and it needs to be resolved. Samsung has updated the Galaxy S22 specs sheets to downgrade the refresh rate capabilities of its cheaper Galaxy S22 phones.

Initially, Samsung said its Dynamic OLED screens support refresh rates between 10-120 Hz on the Galaxy S22 and Galaxy S22 Plus. The Galaxy S22 Ultra, meanwhile, can drop the display rate to 1Hz for certain content, going up to the same 120Hz when higher refresh rates benefit the experience. But then Samsung changed the Galaxy S22 and S22 Plus minimum refresh rate to 48Hz.

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