Samsung Galaxy Note 20 to Come With 60Hz Full HD Flat Display, Wide Frames, Tipster Claims
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 to Come With 60Hz Full-HD Flat Display, Wide Frames, Tipster Claims
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is speculated to launch in August.
By Abhik Sengupta | Updated: 18 June 2020 12:32 IST
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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is tipped to come in four colour options
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 may launch with Galaxy Fold 2
Samsung has been using a curved display on previous high-end phones
Samsung is yet to confirm Galaxy Note 20 development
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series is said to launch in August; however, the South Korean tech giant is yet to confirm this development. The series has been part of the rumour mill for quite some time, and the latest leak suggests that the vanilla Galaxy Note 20 will feature a "flat screen" with full-HD resolution and 60Hz refresh rate. The development comes days after another tipster indicated the colour options for Galaxy Note 20 series. Previous reports have suggested that Samsung may unveil the next-generation Galaxy Fold 2 and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G along with Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series.
According to the tipster who goes by the name Ice Universe, the Galaxy Note 20 will be arriving with a flat display and "wide frame". It essentially means the phone's display will have narrow bezels without any curves at the edges. Several high-end Samsung phones over the years have been using curved display.
The vanilla Samsung Galaxy Note 20 is said to come with 60Hz refresh rate display. Notably, the same tipster in February suggested that the Galaxy Note 20 will use "a more fine-tuned 120Hz refresh rate technology."
Moreover, a report had claimed that the Galaxy Note 20 series and the next-generation Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 may launch on August 5 via an online event. Rumours hint that the 5G variant Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will launch around the same time. More information from the South Korean tech giant is expected soon.
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