The Galaxy S20 series, which will be introduced as part of the Unpacked 2020 event on February 11, reveals new details every hour. This time, the Samsung Galaxy S20 screen is allegedly going to change the decision .
Before you go to the information shared by Ice Universe, which is well known by the phone world for leaks, remember: the Galaxy S20 will feature a 6.2-inch display, the S20 Plus will display a 6.7-inch display and the most advanced S20 Ultra will feature a 6.9-inch display.
Manufacturers like Xiaomi were preparing to switch to a refresh rate of 144 Hz, while Samsung's flagships were expected to feature a 120 Hz display . Yes, the screens of the devices will have a refresh rate of 120 Hz, but with a difference!
According to Ice Universe, the screen of the Galaxy S20 series is at the highest resolution – it won't offer this refresh rate in QHD. The display can be used in three different modes: 60 Hz – Full HD / 60 Hz – QHD and 120 Hz – Full HD.
This means that users who want a 120 Hz refresh rate will have to reduce the screen resolution to Full HD. This limitation is not due to CPU power etc., but as many people would expect, improving battery performance.
The higher the refresh rate, the higher the resolution, the higher the battery consumption. Samsung will go to such a limitation so users don't have to complain about the battery time. Of course, this is a claim at the moment, and it remains unclear whether Samsung really signed such a decision.