Samsung S10’s Qualcomm Snapdragon Variant May Be Less Advanced Than The Exynos Variant

Like every year, Samsung launches two versions of its Galaxy S Premium smartphones based on different processors. While some markets are receiving the Qualcomm Snapdragon variant, other markets are receiving the Exynos variant. The same should happen with the Samsung Galaxy S10 next year.

Although both variants generally remain the same in other specifications and features, the future Galaxy S10 could look different. We're not talking about the design change, but about something else under the hood.

According to an article in ET News,

The future processor version of the Samsung Galaxy S10 Exynos would differ from the version of the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, as it will have a more modern board. The Exynos versions will have a modern Substrate Like PCB (SLP) motherboard, where the chips are stacked closer and closer together to have a smaller footprint and space for some other components, such as larger batteries.

Samsung still uses the SLP motherboard with its Galaxy S9, S9 + and Note 9 smartphones, but only for Exynos models. Three of Samsung's suppliers, Samsung Electro-Mechanics, Daeduck GDS and Korea Circuit, are expected to deliver the next generation of PCB motherboards for the Samsung Galaxy S10 and demand is expected to increase next year.

According to rumors, the company could also launch the integrated fingerprint sensor with the Galaxy S10 smartphone. Rumors S10 and S10 + should come with fingerprint scoreboards.

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