SnapDragon differs significantly from the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra version of Exynos.

As Samsung’s flagship Android device for the second half of 2020, many buyers of the Galaxy Note 20 Series smartphones are still struggling with whether they have a Qualcomm SnapDragon or a Samsung Exynos processor version. In addition, the disassembly of iFixit indicates that, in addition to the differences in chipset performance, the two versions of the cooling scheme may not be the same. To confirm this, Jerry RigEverything shared the latest video on YouTube.

SnapDragon differs significantly from the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra version of Exynos.

Consumers clearly don’t want to spend the same amount of money, but buy weaker versions.

In terms of running points, the SnapDragon model has been ahead of the Exynos chip version. Local consumers may be a little depressed if there is only an option for Exynos chips in a particular market area.

SnapDragon differs significantly from the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra version of Exynos.

There is still no absolute way to distinguish the cooling scheme used inside the Note 20.

On the thermal side, Jerry RigEverything has come to the same conclusion that iFixit clarified earlier that hot tubes/graphite do not have much effect on running points. Although the performance of both models has declined since the heat change, this is most likely due to the dismantling of the machine.

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While Samsung has been using dual chipsets for years, it has increasingly come under increasing consumer spats in recent years.

As the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra begins to make changes to other components, some may wonder what else Samsung is 3,000 people who have weakened the device’s performance.