Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Has 3C Certification, With Exynos 9825


Recently, we found that a model of the SM-N9700 has passed the 3C certification of the National Quality Center and comes with 15W, 18W and 25W chargers. If nothing unexpected, it should be the national version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series.

According to Roland Quandt, the person who leaked the news, the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 will be available in two versions, including the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 and Exynos 9825, of which the 855 version will be available in the US and the 9825 will be listed in South Korea. The 10 series will not be equipped with Qualcomm’s latest chip Snapdragon 855 Plus.

Roland Quandt also gave reasons for this move. He said that Samsung’s Exynos chip is often slightly lower in performance than its Qualcomm version, and Samsung hopes to narrow the gap in the Note 10 series.

If it is said that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 country line version may continue to carry the Snapdragon 855, missed the 855 855 Plus.

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According to rumors, this year’s Samsung Galaxy Note series will have more highlights, such as a further increase in screen ratio and S Pen with a larger battery. (The next is the latest rendering.

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