The Galaxy Note 20 series was launched with several enhancements. One is an improvement in the display sector, especially for the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is equipped with a Dynamic AMOLED display of 6.9 inches with WQHD Plus resolution. For the first time, the Galaxy Note series screen is also equipped with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
Not only is it the newest feature, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Screen also uses a technology called Samsung as hybrid oxide and polycrystalline silicon (HOP).
HOP is another name of the low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) thin-film transistor (TFT) technology that combines the advantages of polycrystalline silicon (LTPS) TFT and oxide TFT low-temperature technology.
LTPO technology is claimed to be able to reduce OLED display power consumption by 15 to 20 percent compared to the LTPS. When a device is used for special purposes such as Augmented Reality (AR) over a 5G connection, its power consumption can be more economical.
Compiled from The Elec, Tuesday (11/8/2020), LTPO is usually only applied to small wearable device screen, about 1 inch.
The presence of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra also marks that this technology can be used for screens that are 6 inches diagonally and larger.
In addition, the screen of the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is also protected by Corning Gorilla Glass Victus which is claimed to be the toughest scratch-resistant glass.
According to Corning, Victus could protect the screen from collisions when falling from a height of about 2 meters to a hard object surface. Its resistance to scratches is also called twice as high as the previous generation, Gorilla Glass 6.