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Galaxy S20 does not support 2K120Hz fan petition wants Samsung to offer this option

via:驱动之家     time:2020/2/14 15:42:38     readed:197

Change.org, a social petition website founded in 2007 by Ben Rattray, has an impact on the daily petitions by civilians.

On February 14, a netizen launched a petition on change.org,Hopefully Samsung Galaxy S20 series open 2K resolution,120Hz option.

According to the netizen,Opening up the 2K120Hz option may have an impact on battery life, but we don't care, and want Samsung to update the option through software.

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Samsung's Galaxy S20 series of three are known to use a 2K120Hz ultra-sensory full-view. Notably, The Galaxy S20 series only supports 60Hz refresh rate at 2K resolution.

Therefore,The aforementioned netizen launched a petition on change.orgHopefully Samsung will offer a high refresh rate high resolution options.

The current Galaxy S20, Galaxy S20 and Galaxy S20 Ultra have been registered at Samsung's online mall, with prices, shipping time not yet announced.

In terms of specifications,The Galaxy S20 features a 6.2-inch hypersensitive full-view screen (sixth-generation gorilla glass), a Qualcomm Cellon 865 flagship platform, with a rear 12 million long-focal 12 million ultra-wide-angle three-shot and a battery capacity of 4000mAh.

The Galaxy S20 features a 6.7-inch hypersensitive full-view screen (sixth-generation gorilla glass), a Qualcomm Cellon 865 flagship platform with a rear 12 million main camera of 64 million long-focal 12 million ultra-wide-angle TOF four-shot, with a battery capacity of 4500mAh.

The Galaxy S20 Ultra features a 6.9-inch hypersensitive full-view (6th-generation gorilla glass), a Qualcomm Cellon 865 flagship platform with a rear 48 million periscope 12 million super wide-angle TOF four-shot battery capacity of 5000mAh.

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