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Default So what's the story with the LCD speed in games..?

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Hi.. I was wondering something.. the Bold has a nice bright screen.. and a pretty good cpu.. 600 mhz.. way faster than the 16.7 mhz ARM the Nintendo GBA uses.

Yet, how come when I play a game like Brickbreaker there is 'ghosting' effect behind the ball.. the 'data' is moving faster than the screen can keep up. It's not fluid and smooth like a handheld gaming device, even an old one..

Why??
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