The Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra screen uses these technologies to reduce power consumption

Naija Tech News (NTN) on 08, and in content, The Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra screen uses these technologies to reduce power consumption, Galaxy Note20 Ultra, Samsung, Samsung Galaxy Note20, Ultra .

A few days ago, Samsung officially launched the Galaxy Note20 Ultra flagship smartphone, which is the first device using Samsung Display’s HOP technology and Corning Gorilla Glass Victus.

Elec reported that the device’s display uses low-temperature polycrystalline oxide (LTPO) thin film transistor (TFT) technology. It is a combination of the best quality of low temperature polysilicon (LTPS) TFT and oxide TFT.

It is said that compared with LTPS, LPTO technology can reduce the power consumption of OLED panels by 15% to 20%. It can even save battery power when using AR and VR technologies and 5G connections.

LG first applied this technology to the OLED panel of Apple Watch in 2018, and then Samsung applied the same technology to Galaxy Watch Active2 a year later. Now, Samsung is expected to provide this HOP technology for the iPhone next year.

As a flagship product, Galaxy Note20 Ultra uses many new screen technologies, and I hope these technologies can be deployed to more devices as soon as possible.

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