How to set the screen refresh rate On Android
Hertz, abbreviated Hz, is a unit of frequency. In the context of display technology, it signals how many times your screen refreshes each second. Most smartphones today are equipped with 60Hz screens, irrespective of the price. A higher number means that new information reaches your screen faster, allowing you to respond to the stimulus quicker. The refresh rate is important for motion handling, as a higher refresh rate generally results in smoother motion.
The POCO X3 pro screen and its 120Hz refresh rate are capable of displaying up to 120 frames per second , showing great smoothness when playing games or scrolling through the MIUI interface. Still, as you might expect, this high refresh rate makes battery consumption somewhat sacrificed . BUt Its 120Hz screen refresh rate give you such a smoother UI skin.
Set the screen refresh rate to 120 Hz
Tap on Settings and after that, choose Display. And then touch refresh rate.
Here, you need to pick one of the options (60Hz or 120 Hz) by tapping on it.
Although each brand or manufacturer has its own way of managing this feature, you will normally find it within the system’s screen settings. Also, not every game supports the increased refresh rate.
Here are examples:
NFS 120 HZ