With Qualcomm having unveiled its new gaming-centric Snapdragon 855 Pluschipset in a single day, which is officially set to debut with the announcement of Asus ROG Phone 2 subsequent week, Samsung fans might have been hoping that the updated processor may find its way into the upcoming Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus.
Unfortunately, that in all probability will not happen, as based on 9to5Google (by way of Dutch site WinFuture), the US version of Samsung’s upcoming productivity-focused flagship will stick to the standard Snapdragon 855 system-on-a-chip (SoC) – the part that is presently powering the corporate’s Galaxy S10 range.
Whereas that could be disappointing to listen to for North American Note fans, as with other Galaxy phones the international version of the Note 10 will reportedly use Samsung’s own Exynos SoC – and accurately a brand new Exynos 9825 model.
The as-yet-unannounced SoC is predicted to be an upgrade from the 8-nanometer Exynos 9820 chipset, which is featured in the international Galaxy S10, and there is a chance will probably be built with Samsung’s 7nm course of, which might enable the Exynos 9825 to supply more energy efficiency, and would put the Korean-made SoC more according to the US models’ Snapdragon 855 SoC when it comes to power.
After all, we can’t know this for sure until Samsung officially reveals its highly-anticipated Note 10 vary on the handset’s launch, which has been confirmed for August 7 in New York.