Over the weekend, Samsung has officially confirmed that their next Unpacked event will be held on February 11th next month. During this highly-anticipated event, we’re likely to see the officially unveiling of the Galaxy S20 flagship series, as well as the next generation’s Galaxy Fold 2.
Recently, we’d heard pretty much about the Galaxy S20 series which is said to arrive in 3 different models this time round. These models will reportedly be called the Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ and Galaxy S20 Ultra.
The Galaxy S20 line is likely to be driven by the latest Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 865 SoC, except for the European markets where it’ll be fueled by an Exynos 990 SoC instead. As such, these devices will all be capable of supporting 5G connectivity as well.
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Previously, reports have suggested that the Galaxy S20 smartphones will arrive with some revolutionary upgrades to their camera compartment – including the addition of a 108 megapixels main snapper. However, that certainly isn’t the sole upgrade we’ll see on the devices.
According to renowned tipster @UniverseIce, the Galaxy S20 smartphones may support an impressive 120Hz displays. That’s certainly a huge jump from the Galaxy S10 series which features only 60Hz displays. This will put it above the OnePlus 7T Pro, and potentially the upcoming Huawei P40 Pro.
The combination of high refresh rates with it’s AMOLED display will definitely provides an excellent visual experience for the users – with smoother game play and user interface.
However, having a higher refresh rate also potentially means that the phone’s battery will drain faster than usual. That’s probably the only drawback of having a overly high refresh rate on a smartphone.