With this phone that changes the refresh rate depending on what you’re doing to help save battery life.
The display can switch between 10Hz, 30Hz, 60Hz, and 120Hz based on the content to save power when the maximum refresh rate isn’t necessary, like when you’re viewing an image in the gallery.
Don’t worry: When you scroll to another image, the transition will happen at 120Hz, but the refresh rate will go down to a lower value when the image is sitting static on the screen.
Indeed, you won’t really be able to tell when the variable refresh rate comes into play – it’s all very seamless.
As you would expect, the display is also fantastic in general.
My final thought, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is a genuinely great phone with more than enough power underneath the amazing design.