Confirming his words, insider Max Weinbach (Max Weinbach) discovered evidence the fact that the Samsung Galaxy S11 will run on a different processor, and not on the recently announced Exynos 990. The other day he said this, and today found confirmation in the latest beta version of Android 10 beta for the Galaxy S10.
Samsung added a couple of the expected Exynos 9830 and Snapdragon 865 chipsets to One UI 2.0 beta. When the Seouls introduced the new flagship Exynos 990 solution, we assumed that the Galaxy S11 would receive it, although the oddity is that it happened so early, because of this model due in February.
In addition to processors, it became known that the Galaxy S11 will acquire One UI 2.1 software, which will become its exclusive feature. The Galaxy S10 and Galaxy Note 10 will run on One UI 2.0. So far we can’t even imagine how these versions will differ from each other.
Of course, the Exynos 9830 will be faster than the 990th model. Also, he will surely borrow LPDD5 memory support from him and will not do without compatibility with 120-Hertz displays, which are gaining special popularity in the modern market.