Note 20 and Note 20 Plus will have a 120 Hz refresh rate

When Ross Young, founder and CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants, does not disclose more details about Galaxy Fold 2, he will definitely leak information about the upcoming Samsung Note 20 series. Let's decide it first, there will be no Note 20 Ultra.

Galaxy Note 20 Specs

  • Front and back of Gorilla Glass 6 and aluminum frame
  • Resolution 1440 by 3200 pixels with a pixel density of 511 pixels per inch
  • Android OS 10 and One UI 2 user interface
  • The phone comes with two processors: the first is the Exynos 990 for the global version and the second is the Snapdragon 865 US version which is the same internal hardware for the series of S20
  • The phone comes in two versions: 12 + 128 GB and the second version is 12 + 256 GB
  • Quad camera setup: 12 + 64 + 12 MP + 3D ToF sensor
  • 32 MP front camera
  • 5000 mAh battery supports 45W fast charging
  • Under-display Fingerprint Sensor - Optical

The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Plus is definitely the best phone in the series. It will have a slightly larger screen than its predecessor, specifically 6.87 inches, with QuadHD resolution. The refresh rate of 120 Hz will be the main addition to the phones this year, but Samsung will add the option to switch to 60 Hz in order to save battery power, it is not yet clear how this will differ from the automatic mode of the S20, which switches to 60 Hz in certain circumstances.

Plus Version Specs

  • Design consists of front and back gorilla glass 6 and an aluminum frame
  • Screen protection layer Gorilla Glass 6
  • 120 Hz refresh rate
  • HDR10+
  • Android OS 10 and One UI 2 user interface
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 processor US version
  • Exynos 990 processor in the global version
  • Three versions of the phone: 12 + 128, 12 + 256, 12 + 512 GB
  • Quad-back camera: 108 + 48 + 12 + 3D ToF sensor
  • 32 MP front camera

The device of Galaxy Note 20 will have a 6.42-inch display, slightly larger than last year's phone, and will retain 1080p resolution. The phone will also get a 120Hz refresh rate, which will not be exclusive to the Plus version.

The two phones' OLED screens are allegedly designed with LTPO technology, which saves 5-15% energy compared to LTPS. This technology was first seen on Apple Watch Series 4But Samsung debuted on its LTPO with Galaxy Watch Active 2.

The Ice Universe account posted a Tweet agreeing to Young's information, giving him more credibility.

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