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Max Weinbach
The Exynos 9830 exists. In the latest One UI 2.0 beta for the S10, Samsung added support for the Exynos 9830 along with the Snapdragon 865. These will, of course, be used in the S11.
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Max Weinbach 27 Oct 19
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I also found 3 S11 model numbers being supported by a specific US carrier. These three will likely all be 5G models and have Multi-CSC, meaning that the radio hardware will not be limited to a specific carrier.
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Max Weinbach 27 Oct 19
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Finally, I have found 3 new un-released device codenames. These will both have either a hole punch or some sort of notch. The codenames are the Samsung Y2, R5, and A30C.
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Max Weinbach 27 Oct 19
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For any writers/youtubers that wanna cover this shit, I'm not adding watermarks or anything. If anyone wants further proof of this stuff, feel free to shoot me a DM and I can confirm it all for you.
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Max Weinbach 27 Oct 19
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Not a lot of people like to cover this stuff because I'm newish to it, so I'm trying my best to prove it. Feel free to ask.
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Ice universe 27 Oct 19
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Great job!
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Max Weinbach 27 Oct 19
Replying to @UniverseIce
Thanks!
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Ray Migwans🇨🇦 27 Oct 19
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The veil has has been lifted. I was so confused.
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💫 27 Oct 19
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maybe just codname for exynos 990??
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Max Weinbach 27 Oct 19
Replying to @abdalla_moneer
Could be
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Italo Vanucci 27 Oct 19
Replying to @MaxWinebach
What do you expect from the 9830? A decent processor or much below 865?
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