Samsung Galaxy Note 20 display to feature 120Hz Refresh rate, True Dynamic OLED display
Samsung has always uplifted the standard bar in the market by launching new and standardized products. In the past with the launch of Samsung Galaxy S20 series which had some magnificent features and most recently they launch Galaxy M21 in March 2020, having 6.4 inches super AMOLED Infinity-U display running on an Exynos 9611 processor, 4 GB RAM and available in 64/128 GB storage. It also featured a 48 MP primary camera with an 8MP ultra-wide and 5MP depth sensor. The Galaxy Fold was also talked of the town in the last months of 2019 because of its amazing features and limited quantity all over the globe.
From the announcement of the new Note 20 series of Samsung, people had started building their own speculations about it. Over the weeks there have been several leaks about the features of the upcoming Note 20 flagship which consisted of truth and false speculations. So, we have gathered information from the most trusted sources and on the information given by Ross Young- the CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants, put them up here in a simple form, so you could get an explained information about Galaxy Note 20 display features.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Display leaks & Rumours
- Display panel
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 will have a larger display than the preceding one, it will be having a 6.42 -inch display. From some sources it was claimed that OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) panels will be built using LTPO (Low-Temperature Polycrystalline Oxide) backplane technology, that will make it a little costlier because OLED panels are more expensive to produce than the regular and most used IPS-LCD (In-Plane Switching Liquid Crystal Display) panel. But on May 12, 2020, Ross Young announced that Galaxy Note 20 will be manufactured by using the LTPS (Low-Temperature Polycrystalline Silicon) and the LTPO backplane technology would be saved for Galaxy Note 20+.
Earlier there have been reports that the Galaxy Note 20 will have a power-packed new processor that hasn’t been used in the past. It’s speculated that it will not use Snapdragon 865, 865 plus or Exynos 990, but will use a much faster and efficient-upgraded Exynos 992 or snapdragon 875 chipset. It will have a 4000 mAh battery and 16 GB RAM.
- Display resolution
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is supposed to be sporting a high display resolution of 2345×1084 with around 404 ppi (pixel per inch) that will help your picture and video quality to be at a satisfactory level and will be having a 19.5:9 aspect ratio.
- Refresh rate
The Refresh rate is the number of times in a second that display hardware updates its buffer. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series became the talk of the town when there was news around the market that it may feature 120Hz ‘True Dynamic‘ OLED display. But later on, it was updated by Ross Young only that the Galaxy Note 20 display is made with LTPS backplane technology that can have a 1-120Hz refresh rate with optimization so that when it’s not required it will slow down the refresh rate to save battery consumption.Must see: Galaxy Note 20 release date rumors
Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ Display leaks
- Display panel
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ will be a more premium set with extra RAM & camera module it will be an extremely fast-performing device ever. The Galaxy Note 20+ will grow from a 6.8-inch to 6.87-inch display. It will be using the LTPO backplane technology that will help in improving the power consumption as LTPS lacks this quality. It will be using an AMOLED panel. The Note20+ model will boast a 4500+ mAh power battery.
- Display resolution
The display resolution will be magnificent with an increase of 3096×1444 and 497 ppi which will let your pixels be tightly bound and get you some amazing captures and 19.3:9 aspect ratio.
- Refresh rate
The Refresh rate is one of the specializations of this model. It has been confirmed by Ross Young that Galaxy Note 20+ will be having a 120Hz refresh rate with LTPO, lowest power implementation of 120 Hz due to variable refresh.
We have never seen a 120Hz Refresh rate in WQHD resolution panels. It’s always been an issue of battery drainage in a WQHD panel, so it will be difficult to tackle this one, and Samsung had to come up with some great ideas as ‘Battery drainage’ has always been an issue in their phones.
Is there will be a Galaxy Note 20S?
Earlier, there was news that Samsung will be announcing the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series in three models:
- Samsung Galaxy Note 20
- Samsung Galaxy Note 20+
Samsung Galaxy Note 20S
But on May 11, 2020, Ross Young announced that there will be no third model introduction of the Note series and no ultra model will be launched in the market and only two series will be launched Note20 and Note20+.
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The official launch of the phones was expected to be in August. But because of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, it seems to be sort of not being possible and may lead to some changes in the launch plan.