All three Galaxy S20 variants come with Samsung’s first-ever 120Hz display. The Galaxy S20 with 120Hz is faster and more fluid compared to 60Hz screens. They all have Dynamic AMOLED tech, Quad HD+ resolutions, and HDR10+ support.
There is a disappointment, the Galaxy S20 series user can not use a 120Hz refresh rate on the maximum WQHD+ screen resolution. Samsung said the 120Hz refresh rate is not supported on WQHD+ resolution. If you switch to this resolution, the refresh rate will drop to 60Hz.
The situation may change soon as the company is working on a new software update for the Galaxy S20 series, which will allow the device owner to use the 120Hz refresh rate on the WQHD+ resolution, reports Ice Universe.
In addition, the S20 owners will be able to pick Dynamic Mode, which can switch between 120HZ to 60Hz depending on the situations. However, there’s no word on when the software update will come.
If you use a 120Hz refresh rate on the WQHD+ resolution, the device battery life will drain more quickly. What you will prefer – good battery life or fluid display. Let us know in the comments below.
This is one of the firmware versions of the Galaxy S20 series. We see that not only the WQHD + 120Hz mode can be selected, but also the dynamic mode, which is a very mature solution.better than limited to FHD
let's expect Samsung to implement such a solution as soon as possible. pic.twitter.com/mLtFUwH0WZ
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) February 18, 2020