Samsung Galaxy S20 will have a super smooth 120Hz display


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The presentation event of Samsung’s new flagship products is just over a month away. Now, new information on the specifications of the Galaxy S20 has been confirmed.

Over the past few weeks, rumors have circulated about the capabilities of its screen. It has now been confirmed by the SamMobile website that the Samsung Galaxy S20 will be the first branded smartphone to come equipped with a screen capable of achieving a 120Hz refresh rate.

The Galaxy S20 will arrive with a 120Hz display

Over the past year, the launch of smartphones with 90Hz refresh rates has become very common. It makes users increasingly looking for devices with these features. In addition, superior user experience has already been proven.

Although Samsung has not ventured into this new trend with its tops, surely they already have enough experience in this segment. After all, many of the smartphones in the market that support high refresh rates are made by Samsung.

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Also; the possibility that Samsung might bring 120Hz displays to its smartphones first emerged when the Exynos 990 processor was announced. The chip has support for high refresh rate displays and it’s going to power the Galaxy S20. There was also a secret menu in the One UI 2.0 beta for a 120Hz display mode.

Although they have not provided physical evidence to confirm this information, SamMobile is the most reputable source of inside information about Samsung. Therefore, I would say that it is safe to assume this information is guaranteed.

It has recently been confirmed that the next Galaxy Unpacked will take place on February 11 in San Francisco, United States. In addition to the presentation of the three Galaxy S20 models, the new Galaxy Fold 2 with a shell shape will be also presented. Are you excited for the upcoming Galaxy S20 smartphones? lets us know in the comment box below.

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