Obviously, Samsung’s next flagship smartphone (probably called Galaxy S11) will be equipped with a flagship Snapdragon or Exynos processor. Considering that the Galaxy S10 is driven by Exynos 9820, the only reasonable approach is that the Galaxy S11 will get the updated Exynos 9830 SoC. Although Samsung has not confirmed the name of its next flagship chipset, it has been recommended in the One UI 2.0 beta version of the latest Galaxy S10.
Max Weinbach, who wrote for XDA developers, said on Twitter that the One UI 2.0 beta of Galaxy S10 mentioned support for Exynos 9830 and Snapdragon 865 chipsets, which are expected to power the Galaxy S11 in various markets. , But not yet available. official. In fact, it is speculated that the recently released Exynos 990 will power the Galaxy S11, which may still be the case.
Exynos 9830 exists. In S10’s latest One UI 2.0 beta, Samsung added support for Exynos 9830 and Snapdragon 865. These will be used in S11. pic.twitter.com/v2Bio1Hggf
Max Weinbach (@MaxWinebach) October 27, 2019
Samsung released Exynos 990 a few days ago. The processor comes with a separate 5G Exynos modem 5123 and is based on the 7nm EUV process. However, Samsung did not mention whether the processor will power its flagship or mid-range phones. When Exynos 9830 is still in production, Exynos 990 may only be seen on mid-range Galaxy A series phones.
With the Galaxy S11 expected to be launched early next year, leaks and rumors have begun to appear. Recently, it has been suggested that the Galaxy S11 will use a 20:9 display similar to the Galaxy A80 and Galaxy A70. The widescreen format will provide a better video experience, and it is also recommended to use thinner bezels than before.
An earlier report showed that the Galaxy S11 series will be released in the third week of February. Samsung may hold its Galaxy S11 Unpacked event in San Francisco on February 18, 2020, but no news has been confirmed so far.
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