Forget about the Note 10 and get excited for the Galaxy S11 with the first Snapdragon 865 benchmark

If you’ve been following the news as far as high-end smartphone chips are concerned, you might be a little disappointed to see both the Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+ powered by the “old” Snapdragon 855 rather than the hot new 855+ SoC. Of course, “international” variants of both new handsets are packing Exynos 9825 processors, but that’s a different discussion.

What potential US buyers should keep in mind is that the Snapdragon 855+ silicon brings modest speed improvements to the table, as suggested by Qualcomm itself and confirmed in early benchmarks of the gaming-centric Asus …

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