According to Max Weinbach from XDA, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra will use 6.9 inch WQHD+ 120Hz LTPO screen with 3040×1440 resolution. As we know, it is the first flagship to use LTPO display.
LTPO means Low Temperature Polycrystalline Oxide, LTPO equals LTPS+Oxide, one pixel consist of LTPS and Oxide, two TFT components. Oxide is the base grid structure and LTPS is the top grid structure.
This new process combines the advantages of the LTPS TFT process with strong driving power and the Oxde TFT process with low leakage and power consumption.
In addition, it was revealed that Galaxy Note 20 Ultra supports adaptive refresh rate. Through the adaptive refresh rate mode, Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra intelligently switches refresh rate under different scenarios to reduce power consumption.
In terms of core configuration, Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 flagship platform. Exynos version is the first to use Exynos 992. The maximum capacity is 16GB of MEMORY +512GB of storage. It is built in 4,500mAh battery, supporting 45W quick charge.
The Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is expected to be released in August. Just stay tuned.