All Galaxy Note 10 models except Verizon’s could use Exynos chips


Since the launch of the Galaxy S8 back in April 2017, Samsung has used two chip suppliers for its flagship devices. All units destined for international markets such as Europe and Latin America benefited from the company’s own Exynos line of processors. Those set to be sold in the US and China, on the other hand, stuck with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon series.
This strategy continued into this year with the release of the Galaxy S10 series and the expectation was that it’d also be carried over to the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10+. But according to Evan Blass, Samsung …

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