Galaxy Note 20 phones will use a larger ultrasound fingerprint sensor from Qualcomm

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Ross Young is back today with more information about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 phones. He has already revealed some details about the screens of the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 +, and now he says that both phones will be the first to use the new Qualcomm 3D Sonic Max fingerprint reading technology from Qualcomm.

This new technology allows the creation of more sensor area by about 17 × before, and it covers 20mm × 30mm knowing that the current sensors cover only 4mm × 9mm. It should be noted that the new Qualcomm 3D Sonic Max sensor can scan two fingerprints simultaneously, which increases the level of security offered by the system.

Ross Young and his team believe that Samsung will stick to using the hole in the upper middle part of the screen for the front camera. He explains that the LTPO technology to be used is good because it saves 5% to 15% of energy, but since it requires additional transistor per pixel, it is difficult to create high DPI displays.

The Galaxy Note 20 will come with a larger RAM of 16GB as standard, up from 12GB in the previous generation. The battery capacity of this phone will range from 4000mAh to 5000mAh.

Going back to previous reports, it seems that the Galaxy Note 20 will miss the high refresh rate train, and will come with a screen capable of reaching 60Hz at the refresh rate level. On the other hand, the Galaxy Note 20 + will be able to reach a smooth refresh rate of 120Hz.

Returning to the previous report, it has been revealed to us that the Galaxy Note 20 + will have a slightly larger screen compared to the current Galaxy Note 10 + with a size of 6.87 inches, while maintaining the accuracy of QuadHD + and the pixel density of 497 pixels per inch.

As for the Galaxy Note 20, yesterday’s leak revealed to us that this phone will feature a screen of 6.42 inches and accurately + FullHD. It is rumored that the OLED screen used in the phone + Galaxy Note 20 will be produced using LTPO technology, which is a technology that will save energy by 15 percent compared to LTPS technology that will be used in the screen of the Galaxy Note 20. LTPO technology was monitored for the first time in Apple Watch Series 4, but Samsung decided to use the LTPO screen for the first time in the Galaxy Watch Active 2 smart watch.







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