Details On Samsung’s Note 20 Series’ Displays Leaked: LTPO 120Hz Panels on both devices with High PPIs

It hasn’t been long since Samsung launched its glorious S20 series. While the S20 Ultra was overkill in some aspects, it did give a complete flagship experience. But then again, the S series isn’t for everyone. We still have some power users out there who wait year long for the Note series. This time around, after seeing how the S20 came to be, the Note users were really hyped about the device of their dreams. And this just in too. According to a tweet from Ross Young, we have an exclusive view at what the Note 20 and Note 20+ may have in store for us.

Starting off with the big guns, in his first tweet, Ross claims that the display for the Note 20+ would be a 6.87-inch one, increasing from a 6.8-inch. It would be a higher resolution display offering 497 PPI and 19.3:9 aspect ratio. According to the tweet, it would have a 120Hz display (hopefully running at full resolution unlike S20s). This would be an LTPO display, similar to the one we saw on the Apple watch. This would make sure that idly, the display won’t be eating up your battery.

Then we come on to the Note 20 display. This would be an increment of 0.12-inches from the previous model and would have a higher resolution as well (slightly over 1080p). This would pack 404 PPI and a 19.5:9 aspect ratio. It would be having a similar LTPO system for the variable refresh rate panel, aiming at better battery life.

Apart from these exclusive display leaks, there is not much known about the devices. Samsung would have to focus more on the basic Note model since the last one seemed to be rather redundant. That’s what you get when you make the S10+ so OP. People preferred it over the base Note 10.


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