In addition to the processor information, the Twitter user also noted in a separate tweet that the company has “completely solved the camera focusing problem” likely referring to the focusing issues found on the 108MP shooter that the Galaxy S20 Ultra sports.
The rumors of a Snapdragon 865+ sporting Note20 must be taken with a grain of salt since earlier reporting suggested that the company might go with an updated 6nm Exynos 992 chip owing to the unavailability of a plus version processor from Qualcomm.
The South Korean giant uses Qualcomm’s chipsets for the U.S. and China, while equipping devices in other markets such as Asia and Europe with the company’s own Exynos processors.
Samsung is expected to hold its virtual Unpacked event in August this year, where the company will unveil its flagship phablet series, the Galaxy Note20 line.
If the company does intend to offer the same processors across all of its devices, it might follow the rumored three-month launch strategy to accommodate for the procurement of the parts for all of its devices.
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