On June 5, XDA editor-in-chief Max Weinbach revealed that the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra features a 6.9-inch WQHD plus 120Hz LTPO display with a resolution of 3040 x 1440. Notably, this is the industry’s first flagship phone with an LTPO display.
LTPO, short for Low Temperature Polycrystalline Oxide (Low Temperature Polycrystalline Oxide), LTPO- LTPS-Oxide, with two TFT devices integrated in the same pixel, is a bottom-gate structure, and LTPS is a top-gate structure.
This new process combines the advantages of the high drive capability of the LTPS TFT process and the low power consumption of the Oxde TFT process.
In addition, it has been reported that the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra supports adaptive refresh rates, and the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra intelligently switches refresh rates in different scenarios, reducing power consumption through adaptive refresh rate mode.
Core configuration, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is powered by Qualcomm SnapDragon865 flagship platform, the Exynos version of the first Exynos 992, with up to 16GB of memory plus 512GB of storage, a battery capacity of 4500mAh, and 45W fast charging.
The aircraft is expected to be unveiled in August and is worth looking forward to.