The best of the best. That’s how many people point to the new iPhone 13 Pro Max. His camera is the highlight of it, which can currently be obtained on a smartphone. Battery life is also impressive. Compared to last year’s iPhone 12 Pro Max, it’s an improvement of 2.5 hours, according to the manufacturer. Our test fully confirms this.
Today we’re looking at a ProMotion monitor with an adaptive refresh rate of 120Hz. While Android smartphones have had adaptive screens for a long time, Apple has only introduced this technology now. What does the most advanced Super Retina XDR ProMotion display do?
The system automatically adjusts the display refresh rate according to what it is displaying. When playing games, the maximum will be used, but if you read the text statically, the frequency will drop significantly and this consumption will significantly save. The range is from 10 to 120 Hz. The screen is getting smarter, its touch processor is still up and working with the operating system. As a result, it not only knows exactly what the user is doing on the screen, but also what application and activity is going on.
How is it practical? It really works! First of all, the screen will give you brightness. Apple says the maximum brightness you can get from it is up to 1,000 rivets. It’s really cool.
ProMotion does the work expected of it. The animation is really very smooth, when you hold it in your hands you feel like everything is going much smoother. The question is whether we owe it only to the ProMotion display, or to a more powerful processor.
If you scroll through web pages, you will feel that you are not browsing digital pages, but on real pages, where letters and images are not blurred, they are still clear. Compared to the iPhone 11, this difference is very significant. Of course, not only when swiping, there are significant differences between the two screens, mine seems to be lit by a kerosene lamp. The new Samsung Galaxy Z Flip3 5G also outperforms the pass-tested iPhone.
The adaptive display also brings other advantages. You will appreciate them when switching between apps, back to the home screen and especially when playing games. You get a new experience thanks to the fluidity of the movement.
But because of that buying an iPhone 13 Pro? I definitely wouldn’t go for that. In my opinion, the basic iPhone 13 is fast and ready enough.
On the other hand, the Pro model also includes premium functions, and this is one of those functions that one pays for. Even if its owner does not realize this, it will provide a very pleasant service during use. In addition, there is another bonus, with low frequency, battery consumption decreases. ProMotion Screen is a blurring utility that you only get on premium iPhones.
Thanks to the operator for renting a smartphone Slovak Telekom.
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