Samsung is gearing up to unveil the Galaxy Note 20 series next week. While Samsung has not provided any details about the Galaxy Note 20 and Galaxy Note 20 Ultra, the two phones have been leaked in all their glory. However, a more recent report may have provided the final piece of the puzzle.
Galaxy Club recently reported that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 price would start from EUR 949 (roughly Rs 83,515), while the 5G variant will costs EUR 1,049 (roughly Rs 92,300). On the other hand, the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra’s price will start from EUR 1,299 (roughly Rs 1,14,000).
If the Galaxy Note 20 series pricing rumours are accurate, then it will be significantly more expensive than the Galaxy Note 10 series. For comparison, the Galaxy Note 10+ started at EUR 1,099 (roughly Rs 96,200). The pricing of the Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra will likely be cheaper in India. The South Korean giant is able to price its flagship S and Note series phone more competitively in India because of the in-house Exynos chipset.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 series arrived with different chipsets in different markets. However, the Exynos 990 S20 models were said to be underwhelming as compared to the Snapdragon 865 variant. However, this could change with the Galaxy Note 20 series.Also Read: Samsung Galaxy Unpacked: These four devices are arriving alongside the Galaxy Note 20 series
I Hope everyone understands this:
The Exynos 990 on Note 20 series is an improved version with better optimization than the Snapdragon version and runs just as cool and just as fast as the Snapdragon.Its like an Exynos 990+
Samsung will also market the Exynos990 model as better— Anthony (@TheGalox_) July 28, 2020
The tweet suggests that Samsung has made big optimisations to improve the heat management, power efficiency and overall performance on the Galaxy Note 20 series. Bridging the gap between the Exynos and Snapdragon models of the Galaxy Note 20 series is a step in the right direction, if accurate.Source