The Galaxy Note20 Ultra screen uses these technologies to reduce power consumption.

Samsung has officially launched its Galaxy Note20 Ultra flagship smartphone, the first device to use what Samsung Display calls HOP technology and Corning Gorilla Glass Victus. Elec reported that the device display uses low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) thin-film transistor (TFT) technology. It is a combination of the best quality of low-temperature polysilicon (LTPS) TFT and oxide TFT.

The Galaxy Note20 Ultra screen uses these technologies to reduce power consumption.

LPTO technology is said to reduce power consumption of OLED panels by 15 to 20 percent compared to LTPS. With AR and VR technology and 5G connectivity, it can even save battery power.

LG first used the technology for the OLED panel of the Apple Watch in 2018, and then Samsung used the same technology for the Galaxy Watch Active2 a year later. Now, Samsung is expected to offer the HOP technology for next year’s iPhone.

As a flagship product, the Galaxy Note20 Ultra uses a number of new screen technologies that we hope will be able to be de-launched into more devices as soon as possible.