With the Galaxy Note 10 series to be announced on August 7, Samsung is said to have started producing its next flagship flagship.
However, it seems that the ongoing trade dispute between Korea and Japan is causing some problems. Specifically, a new report stated that the Galaxy Note 10 production is facing disruptions because of these problems.
According to Sammobiles, in a move against South Korea's Supreme Court ruling, Japan imposed tough economic sanctions against Samsung's country. They aim to be the materials used in semiconductor manufacturing as well as mobile screens. And Samsung depends on Japanese imports for nearly 90% of these materials.
That's why, recently, quoted by a Samsung official, JTBC reported that the South Korean company is having trouble buying chipsets and had to cut its target output by 10%, the trial. Mobile logic will be used for Note 10. The source also added that the remaining 10% will be produced next month.
Recent reports indicate that the global variant of the Galaxy Note 10 will use the Exynos 9825 chipset, a slight upgrade of the Exynos 9820 processor to be available on the Galaxy S10 product line launched at the beginning of the year. now on. Samsung will also use the Snapdragon 855 chipset for Note 10 series but it is only sold in certain markets. That means the Exynos variant will account for the majority of Samsung's upcoming shipments and this may delay the shelf date of the Galaxy Note 10 series.
Currently Samsung has not given any comment on the issue.
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