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Samsung Galaxy Book S “Lakefield” with new intel Hybrid processor

Samsung has launched its first Galaxy S book that is available for purchase online. It is the first Galaxy S Book by Samsung to deliver the latest Core Processors with Intel Hybrid Technology. The early model of Galaxy Book S was equipped with the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor.

The modern Intel processors (called “Lakefield“) are intended to power ultra-light machines. we can also expect to see these Lakefield Processors by intel in the dual-screen Surface Neo and the Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold. They are essentially the response to ARM given by Intel.

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The way things work is that Intel integrates one potent core with four lower-power cores on a specific device (for a total of five cores with five threads). This gives small machines to deliver a framework that is capable of multithreading without needing a heavy amount of energy or decreasing battery life.

The Galaxy Book S is intended for use on the go. It is at its thickest point, just over two pounds and 0.7 inches. There is a special outdoor mode that boosts screen brightness up to 600 nits. Samsung says that the 42Wh battery is providing “long-lasting” juice. The US model is Wi-Fi only, but other markets will have LTE available.

Key Specifications

  • OS:                      Windows 10 Home / Pro
  • Display:              3″ FHD TFT LCD Display with Touch Screen Panel
  • Dimension:         2 x 203.2 x 6.2 ~ 11.8 mm
  • Weight:               950g
  • CPU:                   Intel Core processor with Intel Hybrid Technology
  • Graphic:             Intel UHD Graphics
  • Memory:             8GB RAM (LPDDR4x)
  • Storage:             256/512GB eUFS, MicroSD slot (up to 1TB)
  • Camera:             1MP
  • Battery:              42Wh (typical)
  • Connectivity:     Wi-Fi 6 (Gig+) 802.11 ax 2×2, LTE (Cat 16), Bluetooth v 5.0
  • Ports:                 2 USB-C, 1 Headphone-out/Mic-in Combo, MicroSD Multi-media Card Reader
  • Sensors:            Fingerprint Sensor, Ambient Light Sensor (Keyboard Backlit on/off), Hall Sensor
  • Authentication: Windows Hello sign-in with fingerprint
  • Audio:                Quad Stereo Speakers: Sound by AKG
  • Stunning sound quality with Dolby Atmos

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