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A screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz would be one of the best for the new Samsung Galaxy S20 series to be launched on February 11 next. Today, it is confirmed that the South Korean company's future star centers will adopt one of the most popular features among the top mobiles by the end of 2019. the new ones may be few however.

At least this is well-known the cook of Chinese origin Ice Ice, which is a tweet confirming that, although the Galaxy S20 will have the capacity to increase its panel refresh rate by up to 120 Hz, this function will not be available if you want Use the device panel for full resolution.

The 120 Hz screen of the Galaxy S20 is limited to Full HD resolution

According to these rumors, The Galaxy H20 120 Hz mode will only work when screen resolution is limited to Full HD + from device settings. Despite the uncertainties, the fact is that this decision would make sense if Samsung's idea was to provide some balance between smooth, high resolution and durable

otherwise Battery life of devices can be severely affected.

It is also possible for Samsung to offer opportunities Use the device screen at full resolution, with a refresh rate between 60 and 120 Hz -Probingly at 90 Hz–, so that it can still gain fluid experience with the device without losing the screen resolution.

Samsung not only that He plans to pair the screen with a refreshing amount of 120 Hz on his next flagship phone. Just a few hours ago, OnePlus confirmed that it has completed the development of such a panel, which will likely be available in the future for OnePlus 8 and OnePlus 8 Pro.

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