The most-wanted phones, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series, are the new subject to various leaks and rumors. According to recent posts, the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 20+ will have partially different displays. The information was originally leaked by Ross Young, the Display Supply Chain Constant’s CEO. Up until now, no other official information has been revealed, in order to confirm such details. Even though it is still unsure what is going to happen, it is still thrilling to hear such in-depth details, considering the fact that there are a couple of months left until its official launch.
In addition to this, the recent rumor brings us a piece of information about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S21, being among the first times to reveal anything about this future upgrade of the S series. Both Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy S21 will probably come with the same Seamless Display, as well as a 90Hz refresh rate since the screens have already been certified by Samsung Display division.
The products have been awarded the SGS certification, meaning that the devices are officially confirmed to feature the characteristics. The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series is currently under development and will be equipped with the “Eye Care Display” label. Consequently, the phone will emit a very low degree of blue light emissions, being less prone to damage the eyesight when using it.
According to several tests, the display is more effective than any other display of 90Hz or 120Hz with a range between 20% and 50%. Up until now, there has been no official information about the implementation of such a display rate for Note 20 series, but will probably implement it in the near future. The only thing we can do is to wait a couple of months more to find out which is the next movement of Samsung.
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