Already in August, Samsung plans to begin large-scale production of Exynos 992 processors, built on 5-nanometer technology. They will consist of ARM Cortex-A78 cores, which are about 20 percent faster than the Cortex-A77, on which its predecessor, Exynos 990, was built. In addition, the Mali-G78 graphics are about a quarter faster than the Mali-G77 that was used in the previous chip. At the moment, the question is whether the new processor will be used in the flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 20.
Analysts suggest that Exynos 992 will find its application in the Galaxy Note 20, which will be sold on the local market, and the flagship Snapdragon chip will be used for flagship sales for international sales.