KEY POINTS

  • A reliable leaker claims that Samsung's upcoming flagships will feature 120Hz display refresh rates
  • All three flagships, ranging from the lower to higher-end, will feature 120Hz refresh rates
  • All three might sport different names as well

Samsung's upcoming flagships may sport displays with very high refresh rates, which will make for a buttery-smooth interface, a reliable leaker has claimed.

Samsung's upcoming flagships, the Galaxy S11 (or S20) series of smartphones, have been a favorite subject among leakers recently. Previous leaks gave consumers a glimpse at how it could look like, how big it is, what it might feature, and a lot more.

Now, a new leak coming from a reliable leaker claims that Samsung's upcoming flagships will sport displays with insane refresh rates. As per noted Twitter tipster Ice Universe, the Galaxy S11 (or S20) will feature a display with 120Hz refresh rate.

This refresh rate puts the Galaxy S11 in the same league as that of the gaming phones from ASUS and Razer, Android Central noted. With it, users can expect very smooth display user interface. Users will be able to enjoy more fluid movement on the screen.

What's more, the leaker, with a good track record when it comes to leaks, claims that all three models in the Galaxy S11 lineup will feature displays with 120Hz refresh rates. This means consumers won't have to spend a lot of cash to get the higher-end model in order to enjoy higher refresh rates. Consumers can buy the cheapest model and enjoy it just the same.

Interestingly, Ice Universe hinted that the Samsung will use a new naming scheme on its upcoming devices. Aside from leaking information about the Galaxy S11 series possibly being officially called the Galaxy S20, the leaker also claimed that the Korean giant will be departing from using “E” in the lower-end model.

Instead, Samsung will call the lower-end model either Galaxy S11 or Galaxy S20. The slightly bigger sibling will be the plus model, while the biggest among the three will be called the “Galaxy S11 (or S20) Ultra.”

Of course, despite the leaker's track record when it comes to Samsung leaks, it's best to wait for the Korean giant to officially unveil the upcoming devices. And if rumors are true, fans won't have to wait very long as the Galaxy S11 maker is set to reveal its new flagships in a few weeks' time on Feb. 11.