The Samsung Galaxy S20 lineup in markets outdoors of China, South Korea and the US launched with the Exynos 990 SoC, which is reportedly not as highly effective because the Snapdragon 865. Though Samsung claimed the efficiency of its processor is on par with the Qualcomm chipset, customers aren’t utterly glad. Now, rumours recommend the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 would ship with an improved Exynos 990 chipset. A brand new report from ZDNet Korea means that Samsung might unveil the Exynos 992 chipset later this yr and use it within the upcoming flagship.
Samsung is alleged to have made additional enhancements to the Exynos 990 processor’s efficiency. The firm was apparently engaged on the Exynos 992 SoC over the previous few months and will probably be manufactured on a extra environment friendly 6nm course of. Earlier studies have claimed the Exynos 992 would arrive with an improved CPU efficiency, round 1-3 % greater than Snapdragon 865. The delay within the launch of the Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ SoC may very well be one more reason for Samsung to change again to Exynos chipset. The Qualcomm chipset was reportedly scheduled to launch in Q3 2020, however is being pushed as a result of ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Outside of Samsung, Vivo can also be anticipated to launch a premium cellphone with the Exynos 992 chipset later this yr.
It is feasible that the Galaxy Note 20 will launch with the Snapdragon 865+ processor in some nations, whereas others (together with India) will obtain the Exynos 992-powered Galaxy Note 20.
As for the specs, the Galaxy Note 20 is alleged to retain an identical design because the Galaxy S20-series with a centre-positioned punch-hole, greater refresh price with dynamic OLED show, beefy battery with quick wired and wi-fi charging and S-Pen assist. It ought to have the ability to supply 120Hz refresh price on Quad HD+ panel. We anticipate to see some upgrades to the cameras and three fashions within the lineup. More particulars on the Galaxy Note 20 are anticipated to come back out going ahead.