The highly anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 20 display features have leaked through a reliable source. Ross Young, Chief Executive Officer of Display Supply Chain Consultants, shared important information on this matter.

What does the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 display features offer?
According to the technical details conveyed by the CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants, the new series will include Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Plus. Young also made a statement about the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra model in Samsung’s new family.

According to Young, the new series will be accompanied by LTPO (low temperature polycrystalline silicon) screen technology. Users will be able to change the screen refresh rate between 1 Hz and 120 Hz. These 2 models will work with 1 Hz in AOD (always-on screen) mode.

The Galaxy Note 20 family, which will play the games with 120 Hz, will gain a great power advantage. Young announced that Apple will not be able to access LTPO technology by 2021.

According to other information received from him, the size of the Note 20 model will be 6.42 inches. As you may remember, the screen size of the Note 10 was designed as 6.3 inches. Chief Executive Officer Ross Young announced the resolution of the Galaxy Note 20 as 2345 x 1084 (404 PPI).

Saying that the device will be designed in 19.5: 9 format, Young also spoke about the Galaxy Note 20 Plus. As it is known, the Galaxy Note 10 Plus model was produced with a 6.8 inch screen. The claimant stated that the new model will be released with a 6.87 inch screen.

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According to other claims made by him, the resolution of this model will be 3096 x 1444 (497 PPI). This phone will be produced in 19.3: 9 format. Finally, this model will also be equipped with LTPO technology and will save power.

Galaxy Note 20 Plus will show the same performance as the Galaxy Note 20 model in terms of screen refresh rate. LTPO technology will directly extend the battery life of Samsung-signed flagship models by 15 percent to 20 percent.

Young added that the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will not be released. According to him, the Ultra Fold will be replaced by the Galaxy Fold 2. Apparently, Samsung is getting ready to combine the OLED panel with LTPO technology.

If the OLED and LTPO duo are combined, an energy saving of between 5 and 15 percent will be achieved compared to LTPS panels. We’ve seen this combination on Apple Watch Series 4 and Galaxy Watch Active 2 before.

Finally, the Twitter user named “Ice Universe”, who is known for the leaked information about smart phones, also spoke about the information Young shared. According to him, the information shared by the CEO for the Galaxy Note 20 series is correct.

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