Who owns the handsets Xiaomi Mi 9T ( Redmi K20 ) and K20 Pro just gained another novelty to make the products with higher quality on display compared to direct competitors. A mod was developed and released by the XDA Developers website to give a 75 Hz refresh rate to the device’s screen.
Since the Razer Phone hit the market, it has been realized that a different smartphone screen refresh rate was something that could be worked out by manufacturers to make navigation more fluid. Previously, this feature was only present in high-performance gamer monitors for exorbitant prices, such as the BenQ brand.
However, the technological evolution of mobile made it more viable for the end consumer to invest in a mobile phone that brought this differential. So much recently that one of the great highlights of OnePlus 7 Pro has been the application of the 90 Hz refresh rate on the display, as well as the ROG Phone 2 that can deliver a range that reaches up to 120 Hz.
However, developers Zhen Xin and Andy Chang recently announced at the XDA Forum a mod that allows an upgrade of the screen quality of the Xiaomi Mi 9T ( Redmi K20 ) and K20 Pro phones, enabling a 75 Hz flow on the display.
Despite the advantages promised by the procedure, it is important to follow the step by step indicated by the posts attached to the links in the footer of the news, as well as being aware that this new feature will directly influence the battery life and can greatly increase the consumption.
So, dear reader, will you test the news on your device?