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How to Change the Refresh Rate on Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

Samsung latest flagship Galaxy Note 20 Ultra uses a variable 120Hz refresh rate. You can manually change the screen refresh rate on Galaxy Note 20 Ultra using display settings. One of the big advantages is automatically adjusting your screen refresh rate up to 120 Hz (Adaptive). A higher screen refresh rate will speed up your phone fully responsive & smoothly animation. To longer battery life, you can use a 60 Hz refresh rate.

My favorite Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra feature I loved is S Pen with 9ms latency that fills live writing. This S Pen makes your life so simple and easy. Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s best feature like Wireless DeX, S Pen, 8K videos, Adaptive refresh rate, UWB chip for faster transfer, etc.

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How to Change the Screen Refresh Rate on Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

How to Change the Refresh Rate on Galaxy Note 20 Ultra

Step 1: Swipe down from the top of the screen to access the notification panel and click on the “Settings” gear icon.

Step 2: Click on “Display”.

Step 3: Click on “Motion Smoothness”.

You can see the Adaptive refresh rate set as default.

Step 4: Select a refresh rate from “Adaptive or Standard”.

A higher refresh rate (Adaptive) is draining battery life in your Samsung devices. Not all applications support a 120 Hz refresh rate. You can download and install apps & Xbox games that support a 120 Hz screen refresh rate in your devices.

Step 5: Tap on “Apply” button.

Note: High refresh rate isn’t supported fully 3088×1440 (WQHD+) resolution. Your screen will automatically change to a standard refresh rate.

How to Change Display Resolution on Samsung Note 20 Ultra

Step 1: Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to open the app drawer and tap on “Settings” app.

Step 2: Tap on “Display”.

Step 3: Scroll down and click on “Screen resolution”.

Set HD+ as default screen resolution.

Step 4: Set resolution from “HD+ (1544×720)/FHD+ (2316×1080), or WQHD+ (3088×1440)”.

Step 5: Touch the “Apply” button.

Step 6: Touch OK.

Do you think a 120Hz screen refresh rate is necessary? Which is your favorite Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra feature? Please comment below the box about your thought.

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