Samsung Galaxy S11 - OMG, IT'S HAPPENING

So we just got information from none other than Samsung themselves that the Galaxy S11
could indeed have a 120Hz display.

We've been talking about this for quite a while now.
Ice Universe has been saying the Galaxy S11 will have at least 90Hz display and there's
a possibility that they might even go for a 120Hz display.

The processor for the Galaxy S11 the Exynos 990 which was announced recently also has
the support for a 120Hz display.
So we knew that Samsung is going for a higher screen refresh rate but there was still confusion
on whether or not they would go for a 120Hz display.
But now it looks like they're indeed going for a 120Hz display.
As you can see, someone has found this on the OneUI 2 beta on the Galaxy Note 9.

It shows you can choose the refresh rate between 60Hz and 120Hz.
Almost all of us can't read Korean so we have some assistance from Ice Universe.
Apparently he found a similar setting in the Chinese version of the Galaxy Note 9.
So it basically says, you can choose from 3 refresh rate settings.
The first one is, Turn off the high refresh rate mode and keep 60Hz, the second one is
Turn on the high refresh rate mode and keep 120Hz and the last one is Turn on the high
refresh rate mode and switch automatically between 60Hz and 120Hz.
So apparently there isn't going to be a 90Hz setting.

You can only choose from 60Hz and 120Hz.
Still, this doesn't directly mean the Galaxy S11 will have but it's almost certain at this
point that the S11 will indeed have it.
Otherwise, why would there be a setting in the beta version of the OneUI2 which the Galaxy
S11 is going to come with.
By the way, since this is found on the Galaxy Note 9, this doesn't mean the Note 9 will
also get a 120Hz display with a software update.
No, it doesn't work like that.
The display hardware of the Note 9 isn't capable of a 120Hz refresh rate.
It's just a placeholder since this is a beta version which isn't tailored specifically
for the Note 9.

Explains why we can see this in the settings of the Note 9.
Anyway, pretty happy with how things are turning out for the Galaxy S11.
I thought the S11 is going to be a minor upgrade with a focus on camera but boy I was wrong.
120Hz display alone is enough in my opinion for an upgrade, doesn't matter if you're on
the S10 or Note 10.

A higher screen refresh rate makes a world of difference, you can see that on the OnePlus
7 Pro.
Speaking of which, I was kinda surprised when Samsung let OnePlus use the 90Hz display before
If you don't know OnePlus uses Samsung's display, and the OnePlus 7 or 7T Pro has one of the
best displays out there primarily due to its 90Hz refresh rate.
Now it makes sense why they let OnePlus use the 90Hz display before them.
Because they kept the 120Hz display for themselves.

Samsung got the valuable user feedback with OnePlus devices and they collected it, worked
on the flaws and improved the tech before bringing it to their own flagships which is
really smart and if you have noticed it has been the business model of Samsung for a couple
of years now.

That being said, what do you think about this?
It looks like the S11 is turning out to be a solid upgrade.
120Hz display, 5x optical periscope zoom camera, 108MP camera with one of the largest mobile sensors and more.

What are your thoughts on this, do let me know down in the comments