Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will bring Snapdragon 865 plus and 120Hz refresh rate display
After the shock that fans of the Galaxy Note series took to read that the screen of the next Samsung line tops would arrive with a refresh rate of 60Hz, leaked information brings the indication of refresh rates of 120Hz screen.
We all hope that Samsung will bring two versions to the Galaxy Note 20 series.
The Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Plus (or Ultra), with different screen sizes and additional functions that add value to the most expensive model.
Now, the famous Ice Universe leaker has shared some specifications and dimensions of the smarphone.
The smartphone in question will arrive to be the successor of the Galaxy Note10 + and will bring a Snapdragon 865+ processor that is yet to be announced. Data indicate that the model will be a little narrower, with even smaller frames the hole in the screen follows to bring your camera for selfies.
The new smartphone will have a 120Hz screen with QuadHD + resolution and, unlike the Galaxy S20 series, you will be able to use the maximum refresh rate together with the maximum allowed screen resolution.
The Galaxy S20 family allows only a 60Hz refresh rate at the highest resolution. The screen will feature LTPO OLED technology, which will bring the model the ability to improve energy efficiency during use.
In terms of size, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra (or Plus) will be 0.3 mm thinner, while the hole for the front camera will be even smaller, about 1 mm in diameter less than the Note 10+.
The sides of the smartphone will also be narrower compared to the Galaxy Note10 +, by about 0.29mm. The upper and lower parts will also be reduced by 0.4mm.
The Samsung Unpacked event for the launch of the Galaxy Note 20 series is expected to take place in early August and will also bring a new version of the Galaxy Watch and, also, Galaxy Fold 2 and the Galaxy Z Flip 5G.
If not, rumors also point to a secondary event only for the company’s folding smartphones that will take place a month later, in September.
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