Galaxy S10 with Exynos and Snapdragon chips will have notable differences
For some reasons, Samsung has long been releasing two versions of its flagship smartphones. In some markets, the devices get Their own exynos processors, and in others — a similar chip Snapdragon from Qualcomm. Otherwise, both options are functionally identical, and Samsung sometimes even disables some features. However, in the Galaxy S10 next year, perhaps the differences will be more significant: the difference between the two options can go beyond just one processor and also include a significantly different logic Board.
In fact, even now there are some functional differences between the variants of smartphones based on Exynos and Snapdragon. In some tests, Galaxy phones with single-chip Exynos systems bypass Qualcomm-analogues in terms of CPU performance, but Adreno graphics usually, on the contrary, remains in the winners. It was recently discovered that Samsung limited its variants of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 based on Exynos chips to 4K video recording with 30 fps because Snapdragon chips were not able to handle 4K/60p.
But the Korean resource ETnews claims that Galaxy S10 will take another step in the direction of differences. Sources report that the Exynos variant will use a logic Board Stacked SLP (a substrate similar to PCB), which is rumored to have been planned back in the Galaxy S9. In practice, this means that Samsung can significantly reduce the amount of space used by the logic Board by stacking the chips on top of each other, leaving more space for the battery or other components.
It follows from the report that this will be true only for Exynos-based variants. So maybe Samsung will try to use that extra space for features or characteristics that won't be available on models with Qualcomm chips. Of course it's just a rumor. It is expected that the Galaxy S10 will have many new features, including a built-in fingerprint scanner, as well as a hidden front camera under the screen.
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