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All Samsung Galaxy S20 series phones to feature 120Hz display

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Samsung has officially announced the UNPACKED event for the launch of some new devices & the event is happening on February 11th. Well, it was previously thought that we are getting the Galaxy S11 series this year, but as per many trusted sources, we are getting the Samsung Galaxy S20 series. So, Samsung is following the footsteps of Huawei by going straining to the Galaxy S20 series from the S10 (Huawei jumped from P10 to P20).

It was already known that Samsung would go for a high-refresh-rate display on at least the highest-end model in the S20 lineup. But today, Ice Universe revealed that Samsung went all out as all the phones under the Galaxy S20 series have a 120Hz display.

So far, we know that there are at least three phones named Samsung Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20+ & Galaxy S20 Ultra. It is the first time we are getting an “S” series phone with “Ultra” in the name since we used to get a normal version & a “Plus” version.

Well, Samsung is jumping straight to 120Hz from the 60Hz refresh rate, so that’s one of the major upgrades that the Galaxy S20 series has compared to the previous generation. We also know that the Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus (pr the Ultra) has a 108 Megapixel primary rear camera & a periscope-style telephoto lens. There is a huge rectangular camera module on the rear for all the camera lenses & other sensors.

The screen sizes are reportedly 6.2, 6.7 & 6.9-inch respectively for Galaxy S20, S20+, and S20 Ultra.

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