The mobile phone market in 2020 will undoubtedly develop in two directions: 5G and screens. Among them, the screen is the flagship machine and the mid-range machine will focus on, especially the appearance of high refresh rate screens. Many of the mobile phones released this year have adopted the 90Hz refresh rate, and even more so have adopted the 120Hz refresh rate. Will the high screen refresh affect the second-hand value preservation rate of the phone?
In the afternoon, Recycling Bao and AnTuTu launched the “High Refresh Screen Phone Value Preservation List”. From the list, we can see that the number one is OnePlus 7 Pro with a value retention rate of 80.12, which is a 90Hz The refresh rate of the phone, in addition to the quality of this screen is also very good, last year by DisplayMate's A + evaluation.
The second hedge is the Redmi K30, which was released in December last year, with a hedge ratio of 76.54. This phone uses a 120Hz refresh rate LCD screen. As a mid-range mobile phone, the value retention rate can be ranked second, which indirectly shows that this phone's 120Hz really moved consumers.
The third place is also from OnePlus OnePlus 7T, this phone is also equipped with a 90Hz refresh rate screen. In addition, the ASUS ROG2, which is also equipped with a 120Hz refresh rate, ranks 6th with a preservation rate of 69.87.
From this list, we can find that the high refresh rate can indeed increase the value preservation rate, and the 120Hz refresh rate is more popular in the market. In addition, the good screen quality + high refresh rate can make it last in the market. OnePlus 7 Pro is an example.