The Samsung Galaxy Book S was unveiled at the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 event last year but the notebook initially comes with a Snapdragon 8cx processor which is based on ARM architecture. Basically, not all apps would work properly as ARM architecture has a different instruction set and it is used by mobile devices while Intel processors come with x86 architecture and have more power than ARM processors.

One of the highlights of the Samsung Galaxy Book S is the sleek and thin design of the notebook due to the fanless design of the notebook. And since the Intel Lakeview chipset is power-efficient and it is aimed to compete against ARM processors, the Samsung Galaxy book S would still retain the thin and light body of the notebook.

The Samsung Galaxy Book S is expected to run on Intel Lakefield Processor along with 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM and 256GB/512GB of eUFS storage. It will still come with a 13.3-inch Full HD touchscreen display, 2x USB-C ports, audio jack, and a microSD card reader. Lastly, there’s the 42Wh battery in the notebook. Aside from having the power-efficient CPU from Intel, the Samsung Galaxy Book S will also come with LTE connectivity.

Samsung Galaxy Book S (Intel) Specs

  • Intel Lakefield Processor
  • Intel UHD Graphics
  • 13.3-inch Full HD TFT LCD Touchscreen Display
  • 8GB RAM LPDDR4X
  • 1MP webcam
  • WiFi 6, LTE, Bluetooth 5
  • 2x USB-C
  • 1x Audio jack, microSD card reader
  • Fingerprint sensor/Windows Hello
  • Backlit keyboard
  • Quad-speakers by AKG
  • 42Wh battery

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