Samsung details Note20 Ultra's VRR display and how it helps battery life

Angela Lang  CNET The Note 20's S Pen has a few new tricks

Angela Lang CNET The Note 20's S Pen has a few new tricks

"For the first time in a Galaxy device, Samsung is integrating NXP's UWB technology into our latest Galaxy Note20 Ultra to make sharing photos, videos and files easier", said Inkang Song, VP and head of Technology Strategy Group of IT & Mobile Communications Division at Samsung Electronics.

Moreover, it is said that in 10Hz mode, the power consumption gain can be up to 60% over traditional displays.

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The technology, which automatically calibrates a phone's refresh rate, supports a 120HZ scan rate for games that require rapid frame changes, and a 60HZ rate for movie streaming. Still, Samsung's low-power OLED adaptive frequency technology appears to work in a similar manner, and a dynamic refresh rate should certainly be a welcome feature for users. The iPad Pro (2018) was one of the early ones, although the tablet only lowers its refresh rate down to 24Hz.

NXP Semiconductors has announced its Secure UWB fine-ranging solution, eSIM as well as NFC and eSE unit are deployed in Samsung's new Galaxy Note20 Ultra.

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By combining a 120Hz refresh rate with the ability to adjust that refresh rate on the fly, Samsung Display's new screen can better accommodate the different types of content being displayed, resulting in energy savings of up to 22 per cent compared to "existing smartphones now in general use", without a drop in image quality.

The world-leading display company also anticipates employing this cutting-edge, power-saving technology with other advanced IT products in the future, to help boost material efficiency and optimize the functionality of operating components.

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But Mr Baron said "that the statistical process has proved to be far too blunt an instrument and has created clear injustices". He added that predicted grades from teachers in previous years had indicated an "overconfidence" in some pupils.


However, Samsung's new display technology is still pretty impressive.

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