The anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be unveiled shortly, and fans are looking forward to the release of the flagship. The device is surrounded by a thick veil of rumors as many hope that it will use bleeding-edge technology. However, that may not be the case, as the chip fitted on the Note 10 may be outshined by a new version which was recently announced by Qualcomm – Qualcomm 855 Plus.
The famous manufacturer revealed a new Snapdragon 855 Plus SoC during a recent press conference. The SoC is powerful enough to run all the mobile games which are currently available on high settings while also being capable of delivering a comfortable multitasking experience.
The Asus ROG Phone 2 will be the first device equipped with the new hardware, a trait that could help it stand out against the competition. A reliable source has confirmed that the US version of the Note 10 will come with the standard version of the 855 SoC, which can also be found on the Samsung Galaxy S10.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Won’t Equip Qualcomm 855 Plus SoC
There is no need to worry about the performance as the device will deliver an impressive performance, which is flagship-worthy. The Exynos 9825 version of the device is also quite powerful, and the 10GB of RAM should provide an excellent performance s regardless of what you want to do. Scores recorded with the help of benchmarks are also high.
The device will sport the excellent in-display fingerprint sensor found on the Galaxy S10, which offers a great experience and keeps your device safe without the need to rely on external sensors which can be easily damaged. When it comes to software, and the device will likely arrive with One UI, Samsung’s customized version of Android Pie.
An update to a version based on Android Q should arrive after the new OS version will be released by Google. It remains to be seen of the device will be successful in the long run.
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