nexsss12, 15 Feb 2020is the Indian version finally coming with Snapdragon or is it still exynos? since there was a ... moreOnly Europe and Middle East (ex. UAE) regions get Exynos variant. Cannot confirm this in Africa yet, though.
The rest gets Snapdragon SoCs this time, India included.
However, Snapdragon or not, the pricing strategy is Apple-like this time. There are cheaper Chinese phones (especially OnePlus) in India. Better wait for the Mi 10 Pro if you're in India. The pricing is just not right for an Android device, considering its 2-year software update policy and the fact they're making batteries irreplacable, like LG. Even iPhone 11 Pro Max's battery can be replaced easily if you want to pay.
Crappy way to go for the Buds since they are offered everywhere else in the world with S20+ or S20 Ultra order. But on the other hands, nice to propose them at 40 EUR for the regular S20 since they aren't that cheap for who wants them.
absolutely useless to launch in India, the average selling price of a phone in India is ultra low 163$, better focus on galaxy m series.
is the Indian version finally coming with Snapdragon or is it still exynos? since there was a post saying that most of the regions will now be getting Snapdragon.