Exynos 990 still not good enough for Korean Galaxy Note 20 it seems, but Europe will have to settle
The gap between Samsung’s Exynos chipsets and Qualcomm’s Snapdragon SoCs has been widening and this hasn’t gone unnoticed by fans. The Exynos 990-powered variants of the Galaxy S20 clearly lagged behind the Snapdragon 865-fueled models and the company was apparently well aware of that. That’s presumably the reason why even the South Korean bound Galaxy S20 models had Qualcomm’s chip inside this time around.
Galaxy Note 20 will probably feature an aging Exynos chip
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