Exynos 9830 and Snapdragon 865 appear in the latest beta of the One UI 2.0

The rumors about Samsung's Galaxy S11 series are getting more and more intense as we approach the end of the year. The latest news comes directly from the second beta of the One UI 2.0 interface released a few days ago and based on Android 10 , which now officially supports the new Exynos 9830 and Snapdragon 8250 SoCs . The second is nothing but the code name used to indicate the next Snapdragon 865 (it had already emerged in a previous sighting ), while the Exynos chip is more interesting.

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Yes, because Samsung has recently announced Exynos 990 , the top of the line SoC that we will almost certainly find on Galaxy S11; it remains to be seen if the Exynos 9830 is a simple code name or if it will be the final name of the Exynos 990 variant that we will find on the top of the 2020 range.

In fact, remember that the SoCs used on commercial models always have slightly different specifications (with particular reference to frequencies) than those announced a few months before. Samsung could therefore present Exynos 9830 as a real variant of Exynos 990 , leaving the latter the task of reference design on which to base the beginning of the year SoC and the summer revision.

Along with the two chips, the One UI 2.0 beta 2 also announces new acronyms regarding smartphones not yet presented, such as Galaxy A30c, Galaxy R5 and Galaxy Y2 . There are also codes for the three top of the range S11, namely SM-G981U (economic variant), SM-G986U (standard model) and SM-G988U (Plus model).

All these sightings were made by Max Weinbach of XDA, who shared information and images through his Twitter profile. Find everything by consulting the link in Source.


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