Samsung Galaxy Note 20, likely to be powered by the 5nm Based Exynos 992.

The Samsung Galaxy S20 series was a hit or flop depending on the region where you are if you get the Snapdragon version, then Hit, if you get the Exynos version, then flop. But every year with the S series, the Note Series is also launched, and mostly have the same CPU. But, evidently after the reviews of the Exynos version of the S20 series, naturally, Samsung will not use the Exynos 990. They will have to use the Snapdragon 865, or if they want to use there own in-house manufactured chipset, then they will have to build a new one. It looks like there are making a new one.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20
Potential Design got the Galaxy Note 20.

The Galaxy Note 20 series is to debut by the August and is expected to be powered by the new Samsung’s in-house manufactured Exynos 992 chipset, the most significant thing about the Exynos 992 is that it will be the first chipset in the world to be based on 5nm fabrication.

Samsung Galaxy Note 20

Interestingly, the report states the Exynos 992 will use the new ARM Cortex-A78 CPU and Mali-G78 GPU designs.
The Cortex-A78 CPU is claimed to offer up to 20 percent higher performance as compared to the previous-gen Cortex-A77, which is used in the Snapdragon 865 chipset.

Samsung is planning to skip the physical event to launch its Galaxy Note 20 series and, instead, aims to host it online owing to the COVID-19 global pandemic. Ahead of the launch, some specifications of the Galaxy Note 20 series surfaced online.

The standard Galaxy Note 20 will sport a 6.42-inch Full HD+ AMOLED display with a 120Hz refresh rate. The top-end Note 20 smartphone will get slightly bigger and sport a massive 6.87-inch LTPO screen with an AMOLED panel.

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https://www.news18.com/amp/news/tech/samsung-galaxy-note-20-likely-to-feature-5nm-based-exynos-992-chipset-2644277.html

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