Quad HD+ Dynamic AMOLED 2X Infinity-O Display
I would like to say the gorgeous new 120Hz-capable Infinity-O display was the crown jewel of the new Galaxy S20 line up, but there are so many parts of the phone that stand out. It is definitely one of the major highlights, considering it is large (and in charge), and boasting a slick 120Hz refresh rate.
Samsung's new Galaxy S20 range of smartphones all rock 120Hz refresh rates, but 60Hz out of the box. We're looking at a native resolution of 3200 x 1440 out of the box, at the slower 60Hz refresh rate -- but if you want 120Hz you'll have to forgo some of that resolution, as it'll drop down to 2400 x 1080.
Samsung includes HDR10+ support, scratch-resistant glass thanks to Gorilla Glass protection, an ambient light sensor, and a proximity sensor unde teh display. We have a 20:9 aspect ratio, too.
They're split into varying sizes and PPI, which I'll detail below:
- Galaxy S20: 6.2-inch / 563 PPI / HDR10+ / 120Hz
- Galaxy S20+: 6.7-inch / 525 PPI / HDR10+ / 120Hz
- Galaxy S20 Ultra: 6.9-inch / 511 PPI / HDR10+ / 120Hz