Samsung may want to equip the Galaxy Note 20 series with the chipset Qualcomm Snapdragon 865+ although this has not yet been officially presented in the market. This is what was reported in a new Twitter post, despite previous reports denying this information.
A couple of months ago, the head of Meizu Technology Marketing had said that Qualcomm had no intention of introducing mass production for the Snapdragon 865+ this year.
This led us to think that Samsung’s upcoming flagships would use the Snapdragon 865 chipset already present in some markets.
At this point though, only time will tell if these will actually be Qualcomm’s production plans for the foreseeable future, but so far there hasn’t been much evidence supporting launch of the new processor by 2020.
Will Galaxy Note 20 have the Snapdragon 865+?
Once again it is the leaker Ice Universe
The Snapdragon 865+ has recently appeared in AnTuTu signaling that the device may be ready for formalization. However, a list of benchmarks doesn’t say much about when the device will be released so a debut in 2020 could very well still be ruled out even if the SoC is being tested.