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While Samsung is busy marketing their Galaxy S20 series around the world, there is also some news here and there about the Galaxy Note 20 series. According to the founder and CEO of Display Supply Chain Consultants (DSCC), he just tweeted some details about the Galaxy Note 20 series display.
From his first two separated tweet posts, he first leaked about the Galaxy Note 20. Compared with the predecessor, the Note 20 will have a 6.42-inch display with an increase resolution of 2345 x 1084. A low power implementation (LTPO) of 120Hz refresh rate is on board too, alongside with a 404 PPI and on the 19.5:9 aspect ratio. This figure definitely tells us that the Note 20 will be pretty huge with an Infinity O-cutout front camera.
Note 20 Display Leak:— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) May 11, 2020
Note 20 will grow from 6.3" on the 10 to 6.42" on the Note 20. Resolution will increase slightly to 2345 x 1084, 404 PPI, 19.5:9 aspect ratio. 120Hz with LTPO, variable refresh, so lower power with 120Hz, great for always on mode. #GalaxyNote20
Note 20+ Display Leak— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) May 11, 2020
Note 20+ will grow from 6.8" to 6.87", resolution will increase to 3096 x 1444 resulting in a 497 PPI, 19.3:9 aspect ratio. It will also have 120Hz refresh with LTPO, lowest power implementation of 120Hz due to variable refresh. #GalaxyNote20+
No Galaxy Note Ultra model, but the Galaxy Fold 2 will be your Ultra. #GalaxyNote— Ross Young (@DSCCRoss) May 11, 2020
On the other hand, the Galaxy Note 20+ also has the same 120Hz refresh rate with LTPO. The size also got slightly bigger from its predecessor, measuring 6.87-inch with an increased resolution of 3096 x 1444, 497 PPI and a 19.3:9 aspect ration. Okay, but what about the Note 20 Ultra? Well, Ross said that there won't be any Ultra variant but the Galaxy Fold 2 is said to make an appearance with the Galaxy Note 20 series.
By the way, reports have it that there's a new S Pen model for the Galaxy Fold 2 so that's something intriguing to see in the near future. The price tag will probably be on another level too since foldable phones aren't mainstream yet. Until then, stay tuned for more trending tech news at TechNave.com.