Galaxy Note 20: less energy-consuming 120Hz mode on the program


Galaxy Note 20

After releasing the Galaxy S20 series in February, Samsung prepares to launch the new models of the Galaxy Note series later this year. The release should be in the second half of the year. But rumors are already gathering about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20. And now, there are a few details about the display.

After an Ultra model originally expected, only a standard Note 20 and a Note 20 Plus should arrive. But the speculated specifications of these devices are also impressive.

According to the insider Ross Young, the standard model should have a 6.42-inch AMOLED display. In addition, it will arrive with FHD+ resolution at 2,345 x 1,084 pixels (404 PPI, aspect ratio: 19.5:9).

Galaxy Note 20: less energy-consuming 120Hz mode on the program

The plus model has a slightly larger screen with 6.87 inches. The QHD+ resolution should be 3,096 x 1,444 pixels (497 PPI, aspect ratio: 19.3:9). Like the Samsung Galaxy S20, both devices should shine with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.

The South Korean giant is preparing a screen with 120 Hz refresh rate with improved technology on the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20+. Samsung will choose an LPTO OLED panel to avoid draining the battery.

Ross Young, the boss of Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC), an analysis firm specializing in the market for screens for technological devices has split new tweets revealing some interesting details on the 120 Hz mode expected on the two smartphones.

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Ross Young explains that Samsung is developing a mode that goes from a refresh rate of 1 to 120 Hz depending on the content displayed. If you are on the Always-on display screen, the phone will be able to content itself with displaying one image per second. This way, it will conserve its battery without depriving the user of the 120 Hz mode during the video game sessions. Energy efficiency could thus be improved by 5 to 15%.

According to a registered patent, Samsung should bring back the LED light around the camera punch hole, which is popular. However, it is still unclear how this is positioned and used. Rumor says that several small status LEDs could be stuck together with the selfie camera in the display. For example, it could provide information about the battery level or notifications. The patent shows some concepts for the integration of the notification LED.

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