From a hardware perspective, Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will technically be the latest and greatest smartphone ever released by the South Korean company.
And while it’ll indeed be the top model of the company, it won’t be a pioneer as far as the processor under the hood is concerned.
Qualcomm took the wraps off the Snapdragon 855 Plus earlier this week, and the company promised noticeable performance upgrades that are particularly aimed at flagship.
With the Note 10 projected to launch next month, it was believed that Samsung already tested the Snapdragon 855 Plus ahead of the chip’s public release, so its next flagship would come with it for top performance.
But according to a report from German site WinFuture, that’s not going to happen. Instead, Samsung will use the original Snapdragon 855 processor that is already available on the Galaxy S10, so the performance of the two devices will be very similar.