When speaking about Android smartphones, is there any relation between "screen resolution" and "speed of the system"?

Example 1) 1520 x 720, Snapdragon 636, 4GB RAM, 8 cores versus 2) 2340 x 1080 or 2246 x 1080, Snapdragon 636, 4GB RAM, 8 cores. Same Android. Could the model #1 with lower screen res peform faster because of low screen res? The idea comes from PC computer gaming. When you play player vs players over the internet... show more Example 1) 1520 x 720, Snapdragon 636, 4GB RAM, 8 cores versus 2) 2340 x 1080 or 2246 x 1080, Snapdragon 636, 4GB RAM, 8 cores. Same Android. Could the model #1 with lower screen res peform faster because of low screen res?
The idea comes from PC computer gaming. When you play player vs players over the internet and you lower the screen res, it works much faster.
I am looking for a phone for my work, not a top model, camera, video, games do not matter. My current 8 cores, 2GB RAM, Mediatek Octa-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A53, Android 6 struggles to handle 3 GPS apps running at the same time: taxi app + google maps + safety cam alert. FB disabled, other apps hibernated but one phone call can jam the phone. It also looks that the newest Google Maps slow down the phone very badly, considering getting older versions back.
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