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amko98

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  1. Thanks a lot for the answer! But the emphasis of my question was supposed to be on the actual technology behind that process (setting the screen resolution to, say, 1080p, on a 1440p phone), not the power consumption, I just mentioned that because that's what got me thinking about the workings of different resolutions in the first place.. I may have formulated the question improperly
  2. Hey everybody! So I stumbled upon a video on yt that was comparing the battery life on two s10+ phones, one set to WQHD, the other to FHD, and eventually it showed no impact on the battery! Which got me thinking - how does that actually work? I mean, do half of the pixels actually turn off (which I doubt, since there was no apparent difference in battery life) or are they dimmed or something like that? If anyone could explain this to me, or at least point me in the right direction so I can do the research on my own, I would appreciate it!
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