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Samsung Galaxy S11 (Galaxy S20) to equip 120Hz refresh rate screen display

Samsung Galaxy S11 or Galaxy S20 will feature screen display with 120Hz refresh rate.

Jullie Anne Mendoza



Samsung Galaxy S11 (Galaxy S20) to equip 120Hz screen display

Samsung will officially announce its new Galaxy S11 (or other claimed Galaxy S20, depending on which speculations you believe) in February, which means rumor mills regarding the smartphone are relentlessly circulating across the web. The latest rumor suggests the Galaxy S11 will have a screen display with a high refresh rate.

Samsung’s next flagship killer smartphone, the Galaxy S11, will reportedly equip with a 120Hz refresh rate screen display, at least according to SamMobile. Quoting a “highly reliable sources,” the news outlet said that the Samsung Galaxy S11 will use one of the company’s propriety high refresh rate screeb displays, which the South Korean firm has formerly mass-produced and sold to other key players in the mobile industry, but not used in its commercial products.

This isn’t the first time we have seen such rumors that the Samsung Galaxy S11 or Galaxy S20 will be having a 120Hz refresh rate screen display. Back in November 2019, notorious leaker Ice Universe tweeted that an Easter egg 120Hz refresh rate setting had been found in a beta version update of the Galaxy Note 9’s One UI OS. Although the phablet itself was just equipped with a 60Hz display, the actuality of the option in the settings apparently suggests that a 120Hz screen display is a feature the Korean tech titan is considering for its future use in its smartphones. Over the weekend, Ice Universe retweeted their conjecture.

As the welfare from maximizing display resolution have become more minimal, smartphone makers are progressively pivoting to higher screen refresh rates to give their handset displays the advantage in the competition. In 2019, Google Pixel 4 series and the OnePlus 7T both equipped with 90Hz displays, while gaming devices including the Razer Phone 2 and the Asus ROG Phone 2 have gone a long way with their 120Hz displays.

Higher refresh rates on a smartphone displays have the convenience of making motion and scrolling appear much more buttery and smoother on a phone screen, which boosts mobile games as well as other user interface animations.

In any case of whether it concludes being named the Galaxy S11 or Galaxy S20, Samsung’s forthcoming flagship smartphone is due to be launched on February 11th, 2020. Samsung fans should also expect a number of new upgrades including the 5G connectivity a standard feature.