Back in February 2020, Samsung unveiled the much-awaited Galaxy S20 series, which was powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 and the in-house Exynos 990 SoC. The Exynos chipsets couldn’t match up with its Snapdragon rival. The Exynos 990 also encountered problems like miserable battery life, overheating, compared to the Snapdragon 865 variant. Samsung things to overcome this issue by using an upgraded option of this chipset in the upcoming Galaxy Note 20 series. As per the rumors, Samsung will use the newer Exynos 992 SoC in the Galaxy Note 20 series. These reports also suggest that this chipset has been in works for a while, and will be producing in the newer 6nm process.
The newer SoC will be more efficient and has an improved performance over the Exynos 990 SoC. Some other speculations suggest that this SoC will be 1-4% higher than the Snapdragon 865. Recently, an alleged image of the Galaxy Note 20 was spotted under the Samsung Rewards section, revealing the upcoming smartphone’s design. The picture doesn’t show any cut-outs for the camera so that it could feature an in-display camera sensor. The report also suggests that it seems to have no physical buttons. There’s no confirmation about the render being of the Galaxy Note 20, so don’t believe this completely.
Galaxy Note 20 Series!
Earlier this month, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20+ has made an appearance in the GeekBench database. It was with the model number SM-N986U. It reveals Snapdragon 865+ SoC, 8GB RAM, and Android 10 operating systems. Further, it gets a single-core score of 985 points, and 3,220 points for the multi-core test.
Reports suggest that Samsung could launch three Galaxy Note models this year. It includes the Galaxy Note 20, Galaxy Note 20+, and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. These smartphones would sport 120Hz refresh rate, up to 16GB RAM, and 512GB of internal storage. The top-end Galaxy Note 20 Ultra would feature a 5,000mAh battery.