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[UPDATE – MAYBE NOT] Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ might feature 90Hz AMOLED display

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UPDATE – Ishan Agarwal has posted on Twitter that the Samsung  Galaxy Note 10 or Note 10+ won’t have a 90Hz display. 


Samsung is all set to make its Galaxy Note 10 series official tomorrow at the UNPACKED 2019 event & we know a lot about the phones that are launching tomorrow. We know how they look like, the key specifications, the pricing for some markets & more. But today, we got one interesting information about the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+. A post by a user on Reddit hints at a 90Hz screen on the Note 10+, something that no previous leak has described.

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+

Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ might have a 90Hz AMOLED screen

Now, since we haven’t heard about a 90Hz display on Note 10 or Note 10+ in any previous leak, chances are that it is not going to happen. Still, as per the user, he had a chance to try the Galaxy Note 10+ & the screen is fantastic with insanely tiny bezels all around, something that the press renders have already revealed.

He clearly mentioned “90Hz Display” in the post by saying that it was super smooth. Now, while he mentioned Galaxy Note 10 in the post, he said in the comments that the phone has a 6.8-inch screen & up to 12GB RAM. These are the specs of the bigger Galaxy Note 10+.

OnePlus 7 Pro has a 90Hz AMOLED screen

Well, FYI, the OnePlus 7 Pro’s 90Hz AMOLED screen is made by Samsung, so this means Samsung has the technology for 90Hz AMOLED screens. We will know more tomorrow when Samsung launches the phones at the official event.

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