The trusted insider nicknamed Ice Universe has published information that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra flagship smartphone cannot work in maximum QHD+ resolution with an image refresh rate of 120 Hz.
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will not support 120Hz at QHD+
This information was found in the latest version of the OneUI firmware. It confirms that the Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra received an adaptive 120 Hz screen. This means that in certain scenarios, the smartphone’s screen will be able to operate at the 120 Hz refresh rate. But the resolution will be reduced.
Similarly, 120 Hz is present in the current flagship Galaxy S20 line, for which there was criticism by fans. However, the South Korean manufacturer is concerned about a significant reduction in operating time without recharging smartphones when working in 120 Hz mode and at maximum resolution. It is entirely possible that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will not differ in this respect from the current flagships of the company.
The same network informant said today that the presentation of the Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2 should happen on August 5. This is contrary to rumors of a delay. In addition, the start of sales of the device in China should start in September 20 this year.
This source is trustworthy after numerous reliable leaks about the appearance, release dates and features of upcoming smartphones, especially Samsung devices.
The first photos of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 standard version are here
Ice Universe has recently published the first renders of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 smartphone (standard version). Before that, we only saw images of the bigger version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, in particular, the first video was published in which we were shown the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra in a hands-on, and also talked about its features.
But back to the standard version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20. It will receive a screen with frames wider than the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. This while it does not have curvature on the sides, like the bigger model. A fingerprint sensor is under the screen. At the back there is a rectangular block of the rear camera. It includes three camera sensors, as well as an LED flash.
The following image show the Samsung Galaxy Note20 compared to the GalaxyNote10. An insider confirms that the Samsung Galaxy Note20 will be approximately 1 cm larger in height. Both smartphones has FullHD + screens with a maximum image refresh rate of 60 Hz.