As we approach the launch of Samsung’s next generation of flagships, the Galaxy S20 series, we might have the final piece of the puzzle — the processor that will power them in India.

Since the last few years, Samsung flagships have been powered by Exynos chipsets in most markets, save for the U.S.A., which opted for the latest Snapdragon processors. However, a few months ago, reports emerged that Samsung might opt for Snapdragon SoCs in more markets for the Galaxy S20 series, making many potential customers hopeful.

Historically, the Snapdragon variants have had better overall performance and battery backup, which the Exynos variants were just not able to match. The move to Snapdragon processors for more markets would undeniably make the Galaxy S20 trio more competitive against other flagships. However, it seems like India will be one of the less-fortunate markets this year.

(Image credit: Ishan Agarwal)

Notable leakster Ishan Agarwal suggests that the Samsung Galaxy S20 series will be powered by the Exynos 990 in India. Out of the three, only the S20 Ultra will be 5G capable and the other two will stick to its LTE counterparts. Interestingly, he also states that the Samsung Galaxy Z Flip will be house the Snapdragon 855+, but will come to India a little later. 





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