The Galaxy Note 20 is already starting to be talked about. Several months before the launch of the smartphone, a famous informant has disclosed the first information on its technical sheet. Unsurprisingly, Samsung will continue to bet on a screen at the refresh rate of 120Hz, as is already the case for the Galaxy S20.
Ice Universe, the famous leaker of the galaxy smartphones has mentioned for the first time the Galaxy Note 20. It’s the future smartphone series of the Note range from Samsung. “The Galaxy Note20 will use a more fine-tuned 120Hz refresh rate technology.” said Ice Universe on its Twitter account. As you might expect, the 120Hz screen of the Galaxy S20, S20+ and S20 Ultra will make a comeback on the Galaxy Note 20. In general, the Note are indeed quite close to the Galaxy S released the same year.
The Galaxy Note20 will use a more fine-tuned 120Hz refresh rate technology.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) February 4, 2020
According to him, Samsung has decided to improve its image refresh technology. Ice Universe, unfortunately, says no more about the improvements that will be made by the manufacturer. For example, we imagine that Samsung could offer a resolution higher than that of the 120 Hz screen of the S20.
With the refresh rate set at the maximum, the S20 should indeed be confined to a Full HD resolution (1080p). Users would therefore be forced to choose between better fluidity or optimal image quality. Unlike the S20s, will the Note 20s go up to Quad HD+ resolution with 120 Hz mode activated?
As a reminder, Ice Universe had already prophesied the 120 Hz screen of the Galaxy S20 last September. In recent years, the informant has regularly unveiled new products from Samsung smartphones months before their presentation. So some credit is given to his information.
Galaxy Note 20: Presentation in August 2020?
Note 20 should sign the return of the Infinity-O hole screen and the camera arranged in a rectangular block. In view of the habits of the brand, we can expect that the Galaxy Note 20 will be presented during the month of August 2020 for a market release in early September.
For the moment, these are only speculations. Samsung may still decide to change its plans in the coming months. We will tell you more as soon as possible about the brand’s next smartphones. In the meantime, do not hesitate to give your opinion on this initial information in the comments below.