Samsung Galaxy note 20

If all goes well, Samsung’s flagship Galaxy Note 20 series will be available in August. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ is expected to fix the issue related to the Samsung Galaxy S20 series that doesn’t support 2K and 120Hz simultaneously. According to XDA forum, the Galaxy Note 20 may have solved this problem, because the screen of this handset uses a ‘new technology’.

The XDA forum quoted the source Ross Young as saying that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series will incorporate LTPO (low temperature polycrystalline oxide) technology. It combines the advantages of strong LTPS TFT process driving capability and low leakage power consumption of Oxde TFT process. This technology was first applied to the Apple Watch Series 5 models. So this watch screen can be always displayed (Always-On Display) and the same generation has up to 18 hours of battery life.

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Using this technology in the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series will make Samsung worried that the problem of too fast power consumption at 2K + 120Hz will be improved.

Ross Young released the detailed parameters of the Note 20 series screen yesterday. And he said that the Note series does not have an Ultra version.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20

  • Screen size: 6.42 inches
  • Screen resolution: 2345 * 1084 404ppi (FHD +)
  • Aspect ratio: 19.5: 9
  • Screen refresh rate: 120Hz LTPO, support variable refresh rate.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20+

  • Screen size: 6.87 inches
  • Screen resolution: 3096 * 1444 497ppi (QHD +)
  • Aspect ratio: 19.3: 9
  • Screen refresh rate: 120Hz LTPO, support variable refresh rate.

However, interestingly, not long ago, according to some insiders, there will be a close ‘genetic’ connection between the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy S20. So maybe the new Note series will become the ‘fixed’ version of the S20.

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