While the U.S. version of the Galaxy S20 Ultra uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 chip, Australia’s features an Exynos chip and users are complaining they’ve encountered a number of big problems with Samsung’s $1,999 super-premium flagship phone.
Samsung’s Exynos processors have powered a lot of the faster devices out there, from the Galaxy S II, which was way ahead of everyone in terms of speed, to the newer Nexus 10. Now the Exynos 5 Octa Processor is here. Yes, octa. As in eight cores?
Why mess around with a tiny touchscreen interface when you can run your android OS from your big screen TV — or really any screen for that matter?