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By wolfgart, Senior Member on 17th August 2019, 09:07 AM
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So we know this year EU / US models have Exynos processor both ( except for Verizon variant ) .

Someone of you on USA VARIANT can tell us if you have FM Radio enabled ? Tis because us in EU that have same identical processor it seems miss FM Radio.
 
 
17th August 2019, 01:48 PM |#2  
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US always gets Snap Dragon processors. Note 10 and Plus both have Snap Dragon 855 in the US, regardless of carrier.
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US always gets Snap Dragon processors. Note 10 and Plus both have Snap Dragon 855 in the US, regardless of carrier.

you are wrong.

This year only Verizon Note 10 / + will continue to have Snapdragon
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Would you please share with me how you know that to be a fact? All articles that call out the chip in the US are Snapdragon. Samsung wouldn't put a Snapdragon in their phone just for one carrier in one country. It would cost too much. Here, let me start by sharing an article that was update 4 days ago.

https://www.tomsguide.com/reviews/galaxy-note-10
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Would you please share with me how you know that to be a fact? All articles that call out the chip in the US are Snapdragon. Samsung wouldn't put a Snapdragon in their phone just for one carrier in one country. It would cost too much. Here, let me start by sharing an article that was update 4 days ago.

https://www.tomsguide.com/reviews/galaxy-note-10

https://twitter.com/evleaks/status/1157011440911429646

it seems Evan Bless go wrong , Sorry


https://browser.geekbench.com/v4/cpu/14097117
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https://twitter.com/evleaks/status/1157011440911429646

Unfortunately, for you he made that claim before the Note 10/+ was "unpacked". He has since said he was wrong. Every reviewer in articles and Youtube that had their hands on a US version said it was a SD 855.
17th August 2019, 04:15 PM |#7  
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Would you please share with me how you know that to be a fact? All articles that call out the chip in the US are Snapdragon. Samsung wouldn't put a Snapdragon in their phone just for one carrier in one country. It would cost too much. Here, let me start by sharing an article that was update 4 days ago.

https://www.tomsguide.com/reviews/galaxy-note-10

The link you shared clearly says that US is Snapdragon - you must have read the article Wrong.
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The link you shared clearly says that US is Snapdragon - you must have read the article Wrong.

Huh? I literally said US are Snapdragon in my comment you quoted then shared an article to support that comment.
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The chipset may support FM radio, but the FM radio requires wired headset/headphone jack to also function as the antennae. Since the note no longer has a headphone Jack what would be the point?
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what? note10+ included usb-c headphone. i'm sure that can use as antenna also.
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what? note10+ included usb-c headphone. i'm sure that can use as antenna also.

depends if there is room in the standard to recieve radio waves over a pin/wire in the cable. in a headset they generally just wired into a cable to recieve the radio signal. but I'm not sure if USB C would allow them to wire into the earth externally to work as an antenna, but seems most firms are just of the opinion people stream these days, in the UK most of the radio stations have made online streams to account for this.

not ideal if you are limited on data, but it seems that's what most manufacturers and people think these days, the networks just need to catch up on letting people stream more and actually have a fitting data allowance for the speeds of the likes of 5G. (UK networks are working on it with excluding certain services from data use or making unlimited services for reasonable prices)
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