In my opinion, you should consider upgrading the device.
- Bigger & better display with smaller camera cutout.
- 120Hz refresh rate, which can adapt to the frame rate of the current running app.
- Improved and latest Gorilla Glass protection.
- Thinner bezels.
- Better camera module with laser auto focus.
- Bigger battery.
- Faster storage(UFS3.1).
- Added features in spen Gestures.
- Improved S-Pen latency.
- Integration of Microsoft office in Samsung Note app.
- Cloud gaming with Microsoft X Box.
- 3 YEAR SOFTWARE SUPPORT 😊😊😊😊
And dozens of other minor upgrades. 😊😊😊
I don't know why you keep blaming Exynos. In note 20's case,
1. We don't have any available performance comparison between the Snapdragon & Exynos variants.
2. We don't know whether Samsung optimized the OS for the Exynos variant to make it faster.
3. This time Samsung has used UFS3.1 storage which results in faster performance.
If you faced some issues with your device, that doesn't mean every person who purchased the device is unhappy. I have suggested note 10 & S20 to many of my colleagues, and whoever bought the device is happy.
Nobody has raised any genuine cons about Galaxy Note 20 other than simply arguing Exynos is inferior.