Samsung Galaxy S20 lost to its rival from China

Samsung Galaxy S20 lost to its rival from China
The last few years, the heels of the once-popular Samsun are stepping on one young but extremely energeticcompany – OnePlus. So this time, the new flagship of the South Korean giant did not manage to be released, as it turned out to be obsolete, but all because of OnePlus 8, which will receive a breakthrough screen.


So, according to the latest leaks, the newOnePlus device will be able to work with a screen frequency of 120 Hz at a screen resolution of WQHD +. Yes, the upcoming Samsung flagship should also receive 120 Hz support, but there is one “but” – the Korean smartphone will work in this mode only with a FullHD screen resolution, while at the maximum screen resolution the frequency will be standard 60 Hz.

In general, many industry experts believe thatSamsung is increasingly reminiscent of an old grandfather who does not keep pace with all the innovations that the market can offer, smoothly transforming from an industry leader into a catch-up player. Recall that the announcement of the Galaxy S20 is expected on February 11, while OnePlus 8, most likely, will be shown only in May.

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Samsung Galaxy S20 lost to its rival from China
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