Samsung GALAXY Note 20 it will have a problem that it “inherits” from the Samsung GALAXY S20 series, and this in the conditions in which many users have complained because of the situation. You know all too well that from the very beginning the S20 series was launched with a screen that has a refresh rate of 120 Hz, but it was not available for the maximum WQHD + resolution of the phones, and it seems that in Samsung GALAXY Note 20 things will be at way.
Samsung GALAXY Note 20 will also drop a screen with a refresh rate of 120 Hz, apparently even improved compared to the S20 series, but unfortunately the resolution problem will not be solved. The S20 series had a 120 Hz refresh rate limited only to Full HD resolution, and in the case of the Samsung GALAXY Note 20 things could be exactly the same, so it’s good to be prepared for this decision that would have been made by those from Samsugn for the phone.
Samsung GALAXY Note 20: PROBLEM Inherited from the GALAXY S20
Samsung GALAXY Note 20 however, it will have solved the problem that caused great headaches for GALAXY S20 Ultra users with the camera’s autofocus system. An update released by Samsung has solved, at least partially, the situation, but it seems that only in Samsung GALAXY Note 20 things will be offered in the “normal” form in which it should have reached from the beginning for all users, which which is very good for us.
Note20 series has completely solved the camera focusing problem, but WQHD + 120Hz is still not optimistic.
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Samsung GALAXY Note 20 it will have many other bigger changes for users around the world, and the screen will be largely in their center. Apart from that, Samsung GALAXY Note 20 will have a bigger and better battery, faster RAM, and a much faster storage environment, but also more efficient, all for the experience of using the new phone model to be a much better one.
Samsung GALAXY Note 20 will most likely be presented at an online conference scheduled for August 5, but launch in stores will take place much later.