Insider sources says, Samsung is already working on the Exynos 9610 successor – a chip that powers this year’s Galaxy A50 and under a different name and altered clock speeds in a bunch of other smartphones. The successor may probably be called Exynos 9630 and might come next year.
The report also says that the chip in question will be found in next year’s Galaxy A51 and A71. It’s in its early testing stage so details are scarce but one would assume that it will use a smaller manufacturing process. Perhaps an 8nm node like this year’s flagship Exynos 9820.