Thursday, 8 April 2021

Samsung to stop making Exynos-powered Galaxy S20 FE 4G, switch to Snapdragon

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Galaxy S20 FE, Samsung's flagship killer, was launched last year with Snapdragon 865 paired with an Exynos 990 system control module for the 4G version, and Exynos 990 for the 5G model.

The Galaxy Note 9 with the Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset has recently been conducting benchmarks, and now a reliable leaker has said it's basically the future. It is said that you will no longer be able to buy the Exynos-powered Galaxy S20 FE 4G. In its place, the Snapdragon "865+" will be used.

Given the differences in performance and battery life between the two chipsets, there may be a chance that a lot of people may feel vindicated by this decision. The S20 non-FE line was especially controversial last year as you couldn't get both chip options since Samsung determined which chip to use.

If you wanted the Snapdragon version of the FE, you got the 5G version and you were set. The Galaxy S20 FE will soon include a Snapdragon at its core, so you might not even have to do that. If this rumor becomes true, in which case we have no idea yet, remember to take this rumor with a pinch of salt.

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