20 February 2020
The leaks on the Galaxy S20 aren’t stopping even if they are falling off the wagon already. With just a few days away from the Galaxy Unpacked event, we are still getting more and more insights and amid these truckloads of leaks, something has just been tipped for the Galaxy Note 20 which is far, just too far from us.
According to the very known tipster, Ice Universe, the Galaxy Note 20 will use a more "fine-tuned" 120Hz refresh rate. The tip is not too clear but SamMobile has derived a couple of possibilities and any one of them may turn out true.
It is believed that Samsung is bundling the 120Hz even with the QHD+ resolution in the Galaxy Note 20, something which has not been made available with the Galaxy S20 series. If this theory turns out true then we would not only see the smoother transition but also experience the better feel with S Pen. The second proposed theory is the variable refresh rate technology, which sounds far-fetched but Samsung may just know that the time has come to bring this tech to smartphones as well.
The variable refresh rate technology is already available on several gaming PCs and gaming monitors. If the tech comes to the Galaxy Note 20, it could become the first phone in the world to have a screen with a variable refresh rate. Apple iPad Pro also features the same tech which dynamically adjusts the display to the movement of content for fluid scrolling and greater responsiveness.
The launch of the Galaxy Note 20 is too far from here and we will definitely receive more insights as we move further. So, let’s just wait for now as we first have a big launch to witness.