The displays in our smartphones are constantly being improved. In addition to growing their diagonal, manufacturers strive to minimize side frames for the best possible feel of use. Perhaps the biggest pioneer in the field of smartphone displays is Samsung with their AMOLED.
This year, the display stands out by the Chinese manufacturer OnePlus, which added to its flagship model OnePlus 7 Pro incorporated beautiful 2K AMOLED display with a surprising refresh rate 90 Hz. The display immediately won the award for the best display in a smartphone - from the prestigious DisplayMate test.
From 60 Hz to 84 Hz
The AMOLED display is also used in this year's flagship of China's Xiaomi - Xiaomi Mi 9. However, unlike the OnePlus 7 Pro, it does not basically deliver as high a refresh rate as it has the classic 60 Hz, as the vast majority of smartphones on the market.
However, instructions have appeared on the popular XDA Developers forumhow to display a great Mi 9 overclock from 60 Hz to 84 Hz. If you own this smartphone and want to experience the smoothest experience of using MIUI, you can try it.
What will you need?
Before you start overclocking, you must be aware that you do the whole process at your own risk and no one is responsible for any mistakes or destroyed smartphone. You can only blame yourself.
Overclocking the display in Xiaomi Mi 9 is only possible if you have the bootloader unlocked. You will also need the TWRP recovery menu, as various files will flash in the process. You can find the complete procedure on the XDA Developers forum after click here.
In words editor of XDA Developers, the difference in overclocking the display is noticeable immediately after restarting the smartphone. He tried the modification with a modified MIUI ROM from Xiaomi.eu. Users who work with the edit for several days do not have a significant problem yet. However, some have noticed a slight green tint on the display, although it is not very pronounced.
We at XiaomiPlanet do not yet have the opportunity to test this adjustment, as our editorial Xiaomi Mi 9 is currently somewhere between China and Europe. On the plane. 🙂 As soon as it reaches us, we will not miss overclocking the display.
So, are you going in?