An early practice is confirming a ton of details about Samsung's next release Galaxy S20 +. Samsung will not announce its new line until February 11, but since the phone seems to be in the wild, do not be surprised if you start to see a lot of filtered content like this.
Thanks to XDAWe can essentially confirm that the Galaxy S20 + will offer a display capable of a refresh rate of 120Hz, which is rumored to have a size of 6.9 inches. Within the phone's configuration menu, users will have an option to select between 60Hz for better battery life and 120Hz for smoother scrolling and enhanced animations. While the screen resolution appears at a maximum of 3200 x 1440, this practice has confirmed that owners will be limited to an FHD + resolution when using the 120Hz setting.
The use of an ultrasonic fingerprint reader is also detailed in this report. This is not really surprising news, but it should be taken into account that it is still unclear whether Samsung is using the new Qualcomm Sonic Max 3D reader or an earlier iteration.
The latest information might bother some people, so let's tear it off like a band aid. The Galaxy S20 line does not offer a headphone jack. 💀
You can see the phone below.
Galaxy S20 + 5G handy
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