Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ Will Have 120Hz Display

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series is expected to launch later this year. A recent report from Ross Young indicates Samsung’s plan to divide the series between Galaxy Note 20+ and Galaxy Note 20 base model. The report confirms that the only Galaxy Note 20+ will support 120Hz refresh rate capability and feature an LTPO backplane. It means this technology will be exclusive for the Plus version of the upcoming Galaxy Note series. This report negates the earlier leaks which mentioned that both the devices will feature LTPO display with a 120Hz refresh rate.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20 base model will instead come with a regular 60Hz refresh rate and will boast LTPS backplane. The company decided to reserve the power-efficient LTPO display and 120Hz refresh rate capacity to only the premium model of the series. Probably the main reason behind this decision is the cost of technology. It is obvious that the Galaxy Note 20+ will be pretty costly than the Galaxy Note 20 to flaunt its technology upgradation.

Galaxy Note 20 Plus 120Hz display

Galaxy Note 20+ Display

A combination of a 120Hz refresh rate and LTPO display will enhance the effectiveness and power efficiency of the Galaxy Note 20+ model. Further, leaks also suggest that the Galaxy Note 20+ will come with a 3096×1444 resolution power whereas the base model will feature resolution capability of 234×1084 pixels. Unlike the 256GB basic storage of Galaxy Note 10, the upcoming Galaxy Note device’s base storage will probably minimize to 128GB.

This divide of specs between the premium model and base mode will surely attract a mixed response. It simultaneously provides an option with low entry Price for S Pen enthusiasts as well as offers an expensive model with advanced technology for the incredible experience. The interesting fact is how Samsung manages to decide the pricing mechanism for these devices, as both of these devices appeal to the different classes of customers. However, we have to still wait for a few months to get the details about these two variants.