Samsung Galaxy Note 20 may offer 60Hz refresh rate, 1080p resolution

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’s next flagship Galaxy Note series smartphone — Galaxy

Note 20

— is back in news. As per the latest tip, the handset will feature a 60Hz refresh rate and a FHD resolution.
The leak comes from popular tipster Ice Universe, who has taken to Twitter to reveal that the specs of the Note 20 are similar to that of the Note 20 Lite as the handset is expected to offer a flat screen design and FHD resolution with 60Hz refresh rate.

Note20≈Note20 Lite, its specifications are far from Note20 Ultra.

— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) 1592385830000

Just last month, a report by Sammobile revealed that the Galaxy Note 20+, the more powerful variant of the Galaxy Note 20 has been spotted on the CCC (China Compulsory Certificate) website revealing some of its specs.
As per the report, the Galaxy Note 20+ with model number SM-N9860 has been spotted that shows that the device offers 5G connectivity. Further, it also shows that the handset comes with fast charge support of 25W but only with wired charging.
Previous rumours have claimed that the Galaxy Note 20+ may sport a 6.9-inch Super AMOLED display with a water drop notch. The handset is rumoured to offer a QHD+ display with a refresh rate of 120Hz.
Last week, YouTuber Jon Prosser claimed that the launch event of the Galaxy Note 20 series is going to happen on August 5, where the company will also launch a new version of its Galaxy Z Flip smartphone.
As per Prosser, Samsung will organise its Galaxy Unpacked event on August 5 and the company will launch the Galaxy Note 20 series, Galaxy Fold 2, and the 5G variant of its Galaxy Z Flip smartphone.

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