One of the big enigma hanging over the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 variety is whether the phones will utilize the Snapdragon 865 chipset(like the Samsung Galaxy S20 variety ), or a newer Snapdragon 865 Plus one. However the latest leakage recommends they will certainly get an
upgrade. That latter chipset hasn’t in fact been revealed yet, and there’s disagreement on whether or not it even exists, but according to @UniverseIce(a leaker with a great performance history)the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 range will indeed utilize the Snapdragon 865 Plus. As, apparently, will the
Samsung Galaxy Fold 2, Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 variety, and Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 5G. It’s worth noting nevertheless that even if this claim is right, Samsung doesn’t usually equip its flagships with Snapdragon chipsets in all areas. Rather, the United States will probably get the Snapdragon 865 Plus, while many other areas get either an Exynos 990(like the Galaxy S20 variety)or an updated Exynos 992. But Samsung seems to have actually eaten half of the Snapdragon 865+ processor.Note20 seriesTab S7 seriesFold 2Z Flip 5GWill utilize the Snapdragon 865+ processor June 29, 2020 Still, the prospective transfer to a Snapdragon 865 Plus in some regions is favorable news, but it’s paired with some less favorable news, as @UniverseIce declared in a different tweet that they’re”not positive” about the Galaxy Note 20 variety offering a 120Hz revitalize rate coupled with a QHD+ resolution.
With the Samsung Galaxy S20 range you might have one or other of those things, but not both at the same time, and it seems like the exact same might be true of the Galaxy Note 20 variety, which would be even more frustrating when phones like the OnePlus 8 Pro do offer both at the same time.
This is just a report for now, so we ‘d take it with a pinch of salt, and in one last piece of good news the same source declares that Samsung has “completely resolved the video camera focusing problem” in the Galaxy Note 20 variety.
This probably refers to a problem where users found the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra’s 108MP cam would focus slower and normally worse than the 12MP main snappers provided by the rest of the S20 variety. @UniverseIce does not say how this has been fixed on the Note 20, however if real then it ought to be great news in any case.
We ought to learn how real any of this is in August, as that’s when we’re anticipating the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 range to launch.