Galaxy S20 kernel code hints at New Devices for Note 20, FoldZodiac2 and

Earlier, Max Weinbach shared the development code for five new Samsung devices on Twitter. Now we’re guessing through XDA-Developers about their devices. A few weeks after the launch of the Galaxy S20 Series, Samsung launched the core source code for the Galaxy S20 / S20 Plus / S20 Ultra for the Exynos and SnapDragon platforms, which can be seen in some references to the Note 20 and Fold 2 with SnapSnapdragon 865 SoC.

Galaxy S20 kernel code hints at New Devices for Note 20, FoldZodiac2 and

Eventually, XDA-Developers found three different series of files for five devices in the galaxy S20’s kernel source code: Project XYZ, Project Canvas, and Project Winner2.

Project XYZ’s x1 / y2 / z3, apparently corresponds to the Galaxy S20’s three subdivision models.

Galaxy S20 kernel code hints at New Devices for Note 20, FoldZodiac2 and

In addition@UniverseIce suggests that Project Canvas may be the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series. In addition to the c2 that has been found, there may be c0 and c1, but it is not known whether it exists at this time.

Project Winner2 is reminiscent of the successor to the first generation of Galaxy Fold, which last month revealed the suspected Galaxy Fold 2 device.

Galaxy S20 kernel code hints at New Devices for Note 20, FoldZodiac2 and

As for the champ code, it’s likely that Samsung is developing another collapsible device.

Samsung’s Qualcomm SnapSnapdragon 865, codenamed kona, is not surprising in the Note 20 and Fold 2, after all, the first Galaxy Fold already used SnapDragon 855, and both the winner2 and canvas in the code are mentioned.

Several Kconfig files detail Samsung’s or upcoming SnapSnapdragon 865 devices, including Kconfig.winner2, Kconfig.canvas and Kconfig.xyz.

Galaxy S20 kernel code hints at New Devices for Note 20, FoldZodiac2 and

Each of these files stores specific device project files and supported areas, such as the Galaxy S20 series, which is stored in the Kconfig.xyz file.

For example, markets such as Korea, the United States, Canada, China and Japan offer the SnapDragon version of the Galaxy S20, while the canvas file means that the SnapDragon version of the Note 20 is either limited to the U.S. market.

Also in the core source of the Galaxy Z Flip, we found a new device based on Qualcomm’s SnapDragon 855 called Project Zodiac that could be launched in the Chinese market.