Why does the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 use a 60Hz screen? The connoisseur revealed.

July 24 (UPI) — As the Release of the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Series, parameters for the Galaxy Note 20 series have been revealed. According to the information, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 standard version is a 60Hz AMOLED display (straight screen), the resolution of fHD plus, and even rumored to be using a plastic back cover.

Samsung’s Galaxy S20 Fan Edition, on the other hand, features a 120Hz AMOLED display, which is rumoured to cost less than the 60Hz Galaxy Note 20.

Why is the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Standard version more expensive with a 60Hz AMOLED screen than the 120Hz Samsung Galaxy S20 Edition Fan?

Why does the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 use a 60Hz screen? The connoisseur revealed.

Analyst Ross Young said the Galaxy S20 Fan Edition uses a hard (just) OLED screen, while Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 uses a flexible OLED screen, which is thicker, heavier and significantly reduces costs.

It is reported that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 has a 6.7-inch straight screen, equipped with the Exynos 990 processor, equipped with 8GB of memory and 256GB of storage, the rear 12 million pixels of main camera and 12 million ultra-wide angle plus 64 million telephoto, support 30x digital zoom, front 10 million pixels, battery capacity of 4300mAh.

The aircraft will be released on August 5.

Why does the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 use a 60Hz screen? The connoisseur revealed.