The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is the first smartphone in the world to feature a new-generation Super AMOLED display panel with a variable refresh rate. According to rumors, Samsung is using LTPO backplane technology in its new display panels to achieve a variable refresh rate. The main idea of this technology is to provide a smooth user experience and optimize power consumption. The company claims that due to its new technology such displays can consume 22% less power than other displays in normal use and 60% less power when used in 10Hz mode.
We are used to the fact that most displays have a fixed refresh rate of 60Hz, 90Hz, 120Hz, or 144Hz. Samsung offers us a 6.9-inch Dynamic AMOLED display that can easily switch between different refresh rates, including 10Hz, 30Hz, 60Hz, and 120Hz. For example, if you are viewing static content such as photos or pictures, the refresh rate can drop to 10Hz.
This innovation allows the users of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra to keep pace with the trends of the modern world. Variable refresh rate displays are a great solution to the challenges arising in the era of 5G and high-quality content such as high-definition video or high-demanding games.