A couple of reports are on its way about upcoming Samsung’s S20 lineup, and we also have new news on the S20 lineup’s refresh rate details. Samsung will unveil the Galaxy S20 family and its clamshell design foldable Galaxy Z Flip on February 11 at an unpacked event. The latest tweet from a reliable tipster IceUniverse, the Galaxy S20 series, won’t support 120HZ refresh rate mode above the Full HD resolution. The only available options would be FHD at 60Hz, QHD+ at 60Hz, and FHD at 120Hz.
The tipster said that “It can now be said with certainty that Samsung has canceled the WQHD 120Hz option of the Galaxy S20 series, leaving only FHD 60Hz, FHD 120Hz, WQHD 60Hz. It means that we can't have the best resolution and the best refresh rate at the same time. What is your opinion on this.” In a separate tweet, the IceUniverse also reveals that the Galaxy S20 and S20 Plus are rumored to have 64MP primary sensors, 12MP telephoto shooters, and 12MP ultra-wide sensors and the S20 Plus also gets a ToF sensor. On the other hand, the high-end S20 ultra will have a 108MP primary sensor, a 48MP telephoto shooter, a 12MP ultra-wide sensor, and a ToF sensor.
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