The infamous Leaker @Ice Universe has just revealed, Galaxy S20, the successor to the Galaxy S10 will be equipped with a 2K screen, supporting a scanning frequency of up to 120Hz.
In the past few days, experts have repeatedly showed evidence that the Galaxy S11 will actually be called the Galaxy S20 as a way to open up a “new generation” for the Galaxy S series.
And with becoming the first version of the Galaxy S series in the new decade, the Galaxy S20 will certainly possess many impressive new features. One of them is the improvement in screen quality.
If the Galaxy S10, S10 + and Galaxy Note 10 / Note 10+ only have a screen with a 60Hz refresh rate, then the Galaxy S20 will be a drastic change that will not surprise the tech world. Specifically, the Galaxy S20 series will be equipped with a screen that supports the maximum refresh rate up to 120Hz, helping to bring much smoother frames.
Previously, there was a hidden menu leak on the One UI beta revealed, Samsung’s next flagship model will have a 120Hz screen. In particular, Samsung promises to allow users to choose between 60Hz and 120Hz so that the battery does not run out too quickly due to the large scan frequency screen.
Clearly, support of high refresh rates for static content is useless. For that reason, providing users with options is a wise decision by Samsung.
The Galaxy S20 series is expected to have three models, including the Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 +, especially the Galaxy S20 Ultra model. The trio of new Galaxy models are expected to launch on February 11 with the new generation of Galaxy Bloom foldable smartphones. Galaxy S20 is said to be equipped with a 108MP sensor, 5x optical zoom telephoto lens.
The details of the new generation Galaxy S20 are expected to be revealed early next month.
Refer to Wccftech