The future of the update for PUBG Mobile has been announced soon. With this update, the game will support 90 Hz refresh and true HDR support.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile, which has ravaged millions, does not put its best to keep up to date. Call of Duty: Mobile with the release of the blood-losing game, with the new update, seems to respond to slapping an opponent.
As you know, the screens of the recently produced Android phones began to attract attention with a refresh rate of 90 Hz and 120 Hz. Unfortunately, this refresh rate was not fully used in games.
PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds Mobile will support 90 Hz with an update soon. In this way, the game will provide a smoother experience on the Android front, will allow you to see your opponents in advance.
The powerful hardware that is always advantageous to the concept of the phone will carry the game will be added to the real HDR support. Although HDR support is available in the current version, it is clear that HDR does not reflect reality.
The game, which will have 10 Bit True HDR, will look more realistic on the phones. Of course, this beauty will also have a disadvantage. When you turn on HDR, your phone will warm up and the battery consumption will increase.
These new features of the game will be available for phones with the Snapdragon 855 chipset and above. So if you’re using a Huawei phone with a Kirin processor or a Samsung phone with an Exynos processor, you won’t be able to take advantage of these features for now. Probably in the following months, this support will also come to the upper segment Kirin and Exynos chipsets.
Finally, for 90 Hz and HDR, your phone must also support these features.