Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will not support 120 Hz refresh rate at QHD+ resolution

According to the leakster – @IceUniverse, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will get 120 Hz refresh rate as well as QHD+ resolution. However the two will not work at the same time.

Popular Leakster has come up with a new Leak on the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. According to him, the Note 20 Ultra will have a 120 Hz refresh rate as well as QHD+ resolution, but the two will not work at a time.


The same leakster has also thrown light on Samsung Galaxy Fold 2, which was apparently Delayed for some reasons. And now the tipster has stated the earlier mentioned launch date of Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 which was on August 5.

Now coming back to Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, the flagship device will have a 120Hz screen. But the device will not work in maximum QHD+ resolution with an image refresh rate of 120 Hz. Basically, there is no option for QHD+ at 120 Hz.

Which means that users will have to make choice between the two –

  1. Either have a high resolution but low refresh-rate display
  2. Or a low resolution display with a higher refresh rate.

This seems pretty ironic. Since the whole purpose of an adaptive refresh rate is to optimize power usage at higher resolutions.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, which is the flagship device of the South Korean tech giant. For this device, it was expected that the 120Hz refresh rate will certainly support QHD Resolution. At last, Flagship device from OnePlus- OnePlus 8 Pro does support 120Hz at QHD Resolution.

However, it seems like users have now got a reason to be even more disappointed when the support hasn’t been added even after the first update.

Well all we can say for now is hope that Samsung soon addresses this issue with hopefully its next update. By adding support for Galaxy note 20 Ultra Refresh rate at QHD.

Till then Stay tuned with us for more such updates.

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