8 Reasons to Wait for the Galaxy Note 20 & 4 Reasons Not To
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8 Reasons to Wait for the Galaxy Note 20 & 4 Reasons Not To

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Wait for Bigger, Better Displays

Wait for Bigger, Better Displays

The Galaxy S20 series displays come with a 120Hz refresh rate and it looks like Samsung will bring this technology to the Galaxy Note series.

According to Ice Universe, the next Galaxy Note will come with 120Hz refresh rate technology though it will be "more fine-tuned" than the tech on board the Galaxy S20 series. 

An additional leak hints at a larger 6.42-inch display on the Galaxy Note 20 with 2345 x 1084 resolution, 404 PPI, and a 19.5:9 aspect ratio.

As for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, it will apparently have a 6.87-inch display with 3096 x 1444 resolution, 497 PPI, and a 19.3:9 aspect ratio.

That said, it looks like 120Hz might be limited to the larger Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The same source says the base Galaxy Note 20's display will be limited to 60Hz which will help keep battery life stable. 

According to Ross Young, the founder and CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants, the Galaxy Note 20 series will use LPTO-powered displays and that could mean a 15% to 20% power/battery life advantage over Apple's iPhone 12 series. 

Another source claims Samsung's LTPO display tech will be dubbed "HOP" when it arrives. The name "HOP" is derived from the hybrid oxide and polycrystalline silicon materials used in the technology. 

Evidence provided by Ice Universe appears to show that the Galaxy Note 20 will have the ability to switch between 60Hz and 120Hz. 

So, if you're interested in buying a Galaxy Note over the Galaxy S series, and you want the best Note display ever made, think about waiting. 

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