One of the worthwhile upgrades on the Galaxy S20, S20 + and S20 Ultra trio compared to the previous generation Galaxy S10 is the screen, as the screen of the device has now been upgraded to scan frequency by Samsung. 120Hz, double that of both the Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note10. This allows users to experience and use the screen of the machine a much smoother.
However, Galaxy S20 users may not always be able to experience this 120Hz refresh rate. Since before the S20 was launched, rumors have suggested that the Galaxy S20’s screen will not be able to display 120Hz at 2K + resolution. This means that if a user chooses the 120Hz frequency to use, the Galaxy S20 will automatically adjust the resolution to a lower level (Full HD +) but cannot keep it at 2K + resolution.
This is a limitation of the Galaxy S20 and of course, no user wants this. They spend $ 1,000 to own the machine and have the right to demand something better than that. And it seems that Samsung has listened to it recently, a new leak has revealed that Samsung is developing a software update that will allow the Galaxy S20 trio to display 120Hz at resolutions. max.
According to Max Weinbach, a writer for the XDA forum, Samsung will feature 120Hz display at 2K + resolution for the Galaxy S20 in an update in the near future. The exact date of when it has not been disclosed, but he added that, if “all goes well”, the update will be released within the next 1 to 3 months.
If Samsung is seriously developing software that will allow the Galaxy S20 to display 120Hz at full resolution, there’s a good chance that when the Galaxy Note20 arrives in August, the smartphone will have a screen. 120Hz 2K + right after launch without software update.