On May 28, according to Android Authority, the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series will launch the Exynos 992 chip. Media quoted sources as saying that the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 series of Exynos 992 chips will be significantly upgraded. The exynos 992 is reported to be based on a 5nm process, with the ARM Cortex A78 core and the GPU Mali-G78. Compared to the 7nm Cortex A77, the Cortex A78 with a 5nm process consumes 50% less power and a 20% performance improvement.
ARM also said the 5nm GPU was 25 percent better than the Mali-G77 of the Exynos 990.
It is important to note that whether the Exynos 992 will adopt the 5nm process and the Cortex A78 core has yet to be confirmed, as it has previously been reported that the Exynos 992 uses a 6nm process.
And Samsung is usually the latest generation OF MSBs from the Galaxy S series, and whether the Cortex A78 will be commercially available in August (the Galaxy Note 20 series is expected to be released in August).
In summary, the Galaxy Note 20 series is expected to debut the Exynos 992, which is likely to be a minor upgrade to the Exynos 990. Prior to that, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 debuted the Exynos 9825, while the Galaxy S10 debuted the Exynos 9820.
Samsung is likely to continue last year’s pace with the Exynos 992 chip on the Galaxy Note 20, which will be released in August, when the Galaxy Fold 2 and Galaxy Tab S7 series tablets are likely to be unveiled together.