- Progressive scanning refers to a pattern in which the TV screen refreshes and displays images.
- Like refresh rate, it is measured in hertz (Hz), while the time taken to display a new image or frame is measured in milliseconds.
- For example, if your display has a 120Hz progressive scan, it is refreshing the screen image 120 times per second.
- It is a crucial display factor especially when it comes to gaming.
- Fast-paced games such as FIFA on mobile are graphically intense and every image frame matters.
- It is not only important for gaming, but also for overall display including movies.
- Progressive scan works alongside the processor, and Graphics Processing Unit, among other factors.
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