At the virtual Unpacked event, which is planned to be held by Samsung in August this year, the company will present the Galaxy Note20 series, Galaxy Tab S7, Galaxy Fold 2, and the 5G version of Galaxy Z Flip.
According to Neowin, the latest report from leakster Ice Universe shows that all of the aforementioned devices will be powered by Qualcomm ‘s unreleased Snapdragon 865+ chip. This is in contrast to the previous statement from Meizu’s CMO in April when it said that there will be no Snapdragon 865+ this year.
Samsung typically supplies Snapdragon 865+ variants for devices launched in the US and China, while other markets in Asia and Europe are equipped with the company’s Exynos chip. Samsung recently decided to complete the Snapdragon chip for the Galaxy S20 series in Korea.
This leads to the division of the Exynos company. It was previously announced that Samsung would complement the new Exynos 992 6nm chip for the Galaxy Note20 series due to the lack of Snapdragon 865+.
In addition to the processor information, Ice Universe also noted in a separate tweet that the company has completely resolved the camera focus issue, potentially referring to the focus issues found on the 108 MP camera that the Galaxy has. S20 Ultra equipped. Rumors also suggest that the Galaxy Note20 may feature laser autofocusing, so it’s not clear if the 108 MP sensor in the product is the same as on the Galaxy S20 Ultra.