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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series Brings a Unique Refresh Rate Support

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is getting closer and closer to its release date, and rumors have already started appearing all over the Internet. It is said that the new phone will feature an impressive 120Hz refresh rate, with an OLED display and a WQHD+ resolution.

Ross Young, the CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants, has publicly declared that the Galaxy Note 20 series will be equipped with a Low-Temperature Polycrystalline Oxide, as well as OLED panels and backplane technology. The LTPO technology is responsible for enhancing the refresh rate of Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20+, allowing the devices to support a higher pixel resolution at the same time.

In addition to this, LTPO is bringing even more improvements, as far as the battery life expectancy is concerned. This technology brings a power-saving rate between 5 and 15 percent, all of this guaranteed by the FHD+ resolution and the 120Hz refresh rate.

Users will be able to change their devices’ refresh rate whenever needed. The refresh rate can be changed from the standard 120Hz to 90Hz or 60Hz, bearing a resemblance to the basic settings of most Android phones. The improvement is the fact that the refresh rate brings a customizable power consumption rate.

Throughout his Tweet, Ross Young has also mentioned the display appearance and a series of specifications for Note 20 and Note 20+. The basic model, Samsung Galaxy Note 20, will officially bring on the market a 6.3-inch to 6.42-inch display, as well as 2345 x 1084 pixel resolution. In addition to this, Note 20+ brings a display of 6.8-inch to 6.87-inch with a much more impressive pixel resolution of 3096 x 1084 and a 19.3:9 aspect ratio.

It is expected that the series will be launched in August this year. However, the ongoing pandemic may delay this timeslot to a later release period.

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