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All Galaxy Note 10 models could use Exynos chips
« on: August 02, 2019, 05:35:22 AM »
Since the launch of the Galaxy S8 back in April 2017, Samsung has used two chip suppliers for its flagship devices. All units destined for international markets such as Europe and Latin America benefited from the company's own Exynos line of processors. Those set to be sold in the US and China, on the other hand, stuck with Qualcomm's Snapdragon series.


This strategy continued into this year with the release of the Galaxy S10 series and the expectation was that it'd also be carried over to the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+. But according to serial leaker Evan Blass, Samsung instead has a rather dramatic change planned.
Snapdragon for Verizon and Exynos for AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile

Per the information provided today, only Galaxy Note 10 units destined for Verizon will ship with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 855 on the inside. To clarify, that's the standard version that's currently found inside the Galaxy S10 lineup, not the Plus alternative that was announced a few weeks ago and previous rumored to make the cut. As for the Galaxy Note 10 models set to be sold through AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile, it seems they will arrive powered by Samsung's new Exynos 9825 that'll also be present in international units.

All Galaxy Note 10 models except Verizon's could use Exynos chips
Although it's unclear at this stage if there'll be a noticeable difference between the Exynos and Snapdragon chips when it comes to performance, Samsung's new offering should improve upon things dramatically with respect to the Galaxy S10's Exynos 9820. That's because the next-gen Exynos 9825 is built upon the 7-nanometer manufacturing process rather than the 8-nanometer alternative. This will result in extra power and a higher level of efficiency, the latter of which should translate into better battery life.

Samsung's US chip supply shake up is yet to be made official, hence why the reason for this change is currently unknown. Nevertheless, it could potentially have something to do with recent profit and revenue drops and ultimately be an attempt on Samsung's part to improve the current situation within the company. In regards to why only Verizon models looks set to include Snapdragon chips, this likely has something to do with network compatibility.



 

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