According to a new report, Samsung is set to release a Windows 10 PC this year that will use its own ARM processors, as opposed to the Qualcomm Galaxy Books that we've seen in the past.
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Today, Samsung announced U.S. availability of its Intel-powered Galaxy Book S laptop. It uses the company's Lakefield processors, which have big and little cores. It starts at $949.
Today, Intel fully unveiled its Lakefield processors, which are meant for dual-screen and foldable PCs. Similar to ARM processors, they have big and little cores for better power management.
After the laptop was spotted on the company's website, Samsung has officially announced the Intel-powered variant of the Galaxy Book S. The company is also returning to the UK PC market.
An Intel-powered variant of the Galaxy Book S laptop could soon be coming to market with an Core i5 from Intel's Lakefield family of chipsets, as the device was spotted on Samsung Canada's website.
The Samsung Galaxy Book S is the first Windows on ARM clamshell laptop, and it's thin and light form factor, 4G LTE connectivity, and battery life show what Windows on ARM is meant to be.
Announced back in August, Samsung's Galaxy Book S was the first to use Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 8cx chipset, which is built from the ground up for PCs and promises Intel Core i5 performance.
Samsung's ARM-powered Windows laptop, the Galaxy Book S, is now available and shipping. It's powered by a Snapdragon 8cx chipset, and it costs $999, the same as Microsoft's Surface Pro X.
Today, Samsung announced that pre-orders are live for the company's new Windows on ARM laptop, the Galaxy Book S. The clamshell device has a Snapdragon 8cx and is only 11.8mm thin.
While Samsung only announced the Galaxy Book Flex Alpha at CES, there were two more Windows 10 PCs announced in October on display, along with the Qualcomm Snapdragon-powered Galaxy Book S.
Samsung and Microsoft have announced the latest steps in their strategic partnership. The move means Samsung and Microsoft products are more closely integrated, increasing productivity for users.
At its Galaxy Unpacked event today, Samsung announced the Galaxy Book S, a Windows 10 laptop that's powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx chipset, coming in September for the price of $999.
Images of a new Windows 10 laptop from Samsung called the Galaxy Book S have appeared online. It's possible that it's the same device as the Galaxy Space that appeared on Geekbench.