1. mxrider821's Avatar
    Do you think they'll be a future update for 120Hz at WQHD+ or will it forever be stuck on FHD+ and have to use that? 1080p compared to 2K+ is a big difference IMO because I'm a photographer/videographer and I want to keep the sharpness because that's all I use on my Note 10+ and my previous devices...

    Do you think a future update well allow this to be changed or will we have to wait for the Note 11/20 in September for this feature??
    02-13-2020 12:04 PM
  2. SpookDroid's Avatar
    Unlikely. This was rumored waaaaay before the device was announced and the same 'uproar' as you're describing erupted from every forum and post out there. Yet, it was still released as is. It's a compromise you'll have to live with, at least until they figure out power optimization on such a refresh rate/panel size/resolution.
    02-13-2020 12:16 PM
  3. mxrider821's Avatar
    Unlikely. This was rumored waaaaay before the device was announced and the same 'uproar' as you're describing erupted from every forum and post out there. Yet, it was still released as is. It's a compromise you'll have to live with, at least until they figure out power optimization on such a refresh rate/panel size/resolution.
    Yeah, however rumors are JUST rumors until it's official so that's that. Anyways, I don't think it's going to happen, but I just wanted to get everyone else's thoughts. 🤔 💭
    02-13-2020 01:15 PM
  4. SpookDroid's Avatar
    Yeah, but what I meant is that if Samsung was concerned about people reacting to this, they had plenty of time to react...and they didn't. So chances are this particular change doesn't make sense in their books and it's unlikely to come down the line unless it's with a hardware refresh (i.e. new phone).
    02-13-2020 01:31 PM
  5. msm0511's Avatar
    Yeah, but what I meant is that if Samsung was concerned about people reacting to this, they had plenty of time to react...and they didn't. So chances are this particular change doesn't make sense in their books and it's unlikely to come down the line unless it's with a hardware refresh (i.e. new phone).
    I agree. I bet the Note 20 will get 120 at any resolution.
    02-13-2020 03:25 PM
  6. mxrider821's Avatar
    I agree. I bet the Note 20 will get 120 at any resolution.
    My thoughts exactly... Guess I'm holding onto my Note 10+ in the meantime
    02-13-2020 04:46 PM
  7. Mike Dee's Avatar
    Do you think they'll be a future update for 120Hz at WQHD+ or will it forever be stuck on FHD+ and have to use that? 1080p compared to 2K+ is a big difference IMO because I'm a photographer/videographer and I want to keep the sharpness because that's all I use on my Note 10+ and my previous devices...

    Do you think a future update well allow this to be changed or will we have to wait for the Note 11/20 in September for this feature??
    I'm not sure if it's a software issue or a hardware constraint.
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    02-13-2020 07:10 PM
  8. Mooncatt's Avatar
    I think this is much ado about nothing. I've taken an interest in photography, so I get where you're coming from. In my opinion, I think anything over 1080p on a phone is overkill. Even the difference between 720p and 1080p is pretty negligible. When it comes to screen refresh rate, there is a noticeable difference between 60 and 90 fps, but the difference between 90 to 120 fps is only noticeable in a few specific situations and those don't even matter when it comes to real world use. My current phone is capable of 120Hz, but I leave it at 90Hz.
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    02-13-2020 07:58 PM
  9. mxrider821's Avatar
    I'm not sure if it's a software issue or a hardware constraint.

    most likely Hardware
    02-13-2020 10:37 PM
  10. cardboard60's Avatar
    Unlikely. This was rumored waaaaay before the device was announced and the same 'uproar' as you're describing erupted from every forum and post out there. Yet, it was still released as is. It's a compromise you'll have to live with, at least until they figure out power optimization on such a refresh rate/panel size/resolution.
    I won't have to live with it.
    Cause I ain't upgrading.
    It's time for engineers at carriers to put out what we want.
    And quit screwing up what we liked.
    And the prices to come down.
    1000.00 every year.
    It ain't worth it for small upgrades.
    EMGSM and j_hansen like this.
    02-15-2020 09:08 AM
  11. tcdude's Avatar
    Apparently there is a petition you can sign to get 120 hz on 2K screen
    02-15-2020 10:52 AM
  12. cardboard60's Avatar
    How about a petition to sign to get the Finger Print Sensor back on the back of the phone too
    EMGSM likes this.
    02-15-2020 01:00 PM
  13. Mike Dee's Avatar
    How about a petition to sign to get the Finger Print Sensor back on the back of the phone too
    Just turn the phone around
    j_hansen, Amb312, msm0511 and 1 others like this.
    02-15-2020 01:48 PM
  14. EMGSM's Avatar
    I won't have to live with it.
    Cause I ain't upgrading.
    It's time for engineers at carriers to put out what we want.
    And quit screwing up what we liked.
    And the prices to come down.
    1000.00 every year.
    It ain't worth it for small upgrades.
    I agree. Those price just keep going up every phone release. I would be nice if I could get a raise just as often.
    02-16-2020 03:01 AM
  15. EMGSM's Avatar
    How about a petition to sign to get the Finger Print Sensor back on the back of the phone too
    IMO the rear fps worked a lot better.
    02-16-2020 03:03 AM
  16. Mooncatt's Avatar
    I agree. Those price just keep going up every phone release. I would be nice if I could get a raise just as often.
    Yeah, but who's actually paying full MSRP? People upgrading every year or sooner are either trading in for massive discounts or selling their current phone to cover a large portion of the cost. Those keeping phones long term may pay a bit more due to not getting in on the best trade in deals, but they recoup that by keeping the phone 2 years or more.
    02-16-2020 03:07 AM
  17. EMGSM's Avatar
    Yeah, but who's actually paying full MSRP? People upgrading every year or sooner are either trading in for massive discounts or selling their current phone to cover a large portion of the cost. Those keeping phones long term may pay a bit more due to not getting in on the best trade in deals, but they recoup that by keeping the phone 2 years or more.
    That's true. This year I won't be trading in though just because I want to keep my Note 10+.
    02-16-2020 03:13 AM
  18. SpookDroid's Avatar
    Well, guess I might be proven wrong... Better late than never then.
    https://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_to_...news-41589.php
    EMGSM likes this.
    02-18-2020 05:51 PM
  19. EMGSM's Avatar
    Well, guess I might be proven wrong... Better late than never then.
    https://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_to_...news-41589.php
    This is awesome. Looks like Samsung might address that issue quickly.
    02-18-2020 06:15 PM

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