For some users, the Samsung S20 series has a regret that the 2K resolution and 120Hz refresh rate cannot be turned on at the same time, but this will change with the Samsung S21 series.
The Samsung Galaxy S21 series has a 3200 *1440 screen resolution, which is 2K rated and can be turned on at the same time as the 120Hz refresh rate, but turning on the 2K and 120Hz refresh rates at the same time can strain the phone’s battery life. However, it’s worth noting that only the top-rated Samsung S21 Ultra supports 2K resolution, while the S21 and S21+ have 1080P resolution, according to previous foreign media reports. In addition, the Samsung S21 Ultra supports an adaptive 120Hz refresh rate, which can be adjusted based on what is being displayed, somewhat reducing the strain of high refresh rates on battery life.
If true, though the Samsung S21 series supports both 2K and 120Hz, only the Samsung S21 Ultra is an option. In contrast, the Samsung S21 Ultra is expected to support the S-Pen stylus and will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 and Exynos 2100 chips, depending on the region.
It has been officially announced that Samsung will hold an event on January 14 to release Galaxy S21.