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Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Samsung Galaxy S20 series may not support 120Hz display refresh rate above FHD resolution

Samsung Galaxy S20 series is all set to launch on February 11 and the leaks keep piling on. Each day, new information regarding the Galaxy S20 devices is making the rounds in the rumour mill. Now, a new leak has revealed that Samsung won’t allow users to set the 120Hz refresh rate mode while the display resolution is set to QHD+. The only available options could be FHD at 60Hz, QHD+ at 60Hz and FHD at 120Hz.

The latest development comes from tipster Ice Universe, who took Twitter to reveal that Samsung will not let users set 120 Hz mode at WQHD, “ leaving only FHD 60Hz, FHD 120Hz, WQHD 60Hz.” Having 120 Hz at WQHD would certainly take a toll on the battery life of the handsets. Hence, Samsung may cap the high refresh rate to the lower resolution. However, take this news with a pinch of salt as it is all speculation, at this point. 

Further, a report from XDA-Developers claims that Samsung Galaxy S20 series may feature an ultrasonic fingerprint scanner. While there were rumours of Samsung ditching the ultrasonic fingerprint scanner in favour of an optical fingerprint scanner. It may not be true. Moreover, it says Samsung Galaxy S20+ will be the first S-series flagship without a headphone jack. Galaxy S20+ is also rumoured to support 25W fast charging with the same system as the Note10.

Earlier reports have claimed that Samsung Galaxy S20+ could use 2.5D glass instead of Samsung’s usual curved glass. Samsung is rumoured to use a custom 108MP primary lens on the most premium Galaxy S20 device. The Galaxy S20 trio is expected to come in 6.2/6.4 inches, 6.7 inches, 6.9 inches display sizes. 

Samsung may also launch its next foldable device, the Galaxy Z Flip alongside the Galaxy S20 series on February 11. 

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