Samsung's three Galaxy S20 series phones just released all support 120Hz screen refresh rate, however, for the sake of endurance, they are only available in FHD resolution.
According to the latest news from foreign media, even at FHD resolution, the 120Hz refresh rate is limited, and in some cases it automatically drops to 60Hz.
These include when the battery temperature is higher than 42C, the power is lower than 5%, and when the high GPU occupancy programs such as the camera and Google maps are turned on.
Looks like, these restrictions should be realized through the software, I am afraid there will be a lot of folk high-handed after the sale
Samsung is scheduled to list its Galaxy S20 handsets in North America on March 6 for a starting price of $999, and the Bank of China's launch is scheduled to take place on February 27 via live streaming, with the news that the starting price is about $6299.