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Samsung Galaxy Note20 May have flat,60Hz, FHD+ Screen

Samsung is working on a new Note lineup series sometime in August launch, and if a new report is to be believed, the vanilla-flavored Samsung Galaxy Note 20 display will be an important step up from the Galaxy Note20+, and the Galaxy Note It will also be one step down from 10.

The leaks from the Ice universe on Twitter suggest that the Samsung Note20 will come feature a flat display, with 1080p resolution and only old features a 60Hz refresh rate. also Given that the entire Samsung Galaxy S20 lineup uses a 120Hz refresh rate, using a substandard display on the Galaxy Note20 seems a way for Samsung to push customers to move to higher-end and more expensive models.

Samsung made a similar strategy like last year with the old Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+. also, The regular Note10 had a smaller battery, smaller display with FHD + resolution, less RAM, and a slower camera than the Samsung Note10+. It like Samsung Company was preparing buyers with more new features to choose from them. In demonetization, Note10 had the least curved edges display.

Samsung Galaxy Note20 May have flat, 60Hz, FHD+ Screen
Samsung Galaxy Note20 May have flat, 60Hz, FHD+ Screen

Samsung is working with curved edges display, as shown company with the Galaxy S20 lineup. We can confidently speculate that Samsung will do away with them for the upcoming Note series until it decides to leave them as a special new feature for its most expensive Galaxy Note 20 series model.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 20 lineup will be announced in August at Samsung’s Unpacked event online, which is expected to be held in the live stream on youtube official Samsung channel. At the event, Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Note 20 lineup alongside the Galaxy Fold 2, Z Flip 5G, and possibly the Galaxy Watch 3.

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