After Qualcomm introduced its new game-focused Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset (which should be the official debut of Asus ROG Phone 2 launch next week), Samsung fans may have hoped the upgraded processor will also be used for upcoming Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus.
However, according to 9to5Google, this does not seem to be the case, at least not for US users, where the upcoming Samsung flagship reports will stick to the usual Snapdragon 855 – the same SoC system used in the company's latest galaxy. S10-series.
While this may be a disappointment for all North American fans, the international version of Note 10 will report using Samsung's own Exynos chipset – specifically the new Exynos 9825.
This one is not yet announced Exynos chip is expected to be an upgrade from the 8nm chipset Exynos 9820 used in the Galaxy S10. This made the Exynos 9825 more energy efficient and made the Korean company's chipset with the US Snapdragon 855 models when it comes to power.
Of course, we will not know anything for sure, while Samsung officially failed to present its long-awaited Note 10 series, which is scheduled to take place in New York City on August 7th.