- Tram Ho
Last year, Samsung released the first generation Galaxy Book S. This is an ultrathin laptop, fanless, and comes equipped with a Snapdragon 8cx chip, an ARM chip optimized by Qualcomm for mobile devices running Windows 10. And today, the company has introduced the next generation called Galaxy Book S 2020.
Galaxy Book S 2020 retains the 13.3-inch Full HD screen, supports the same touch as its predecessor. However, on this version, Samsung has decided to replace the Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx chip and replace it with Intel’s new Lakefield chip (whose code name is unknown). It is also the first laptop to support Intel Foveros 3D stacking technology and a hybrid GPU architecture. This chip can balance performance levels in various tasks to optimize battery life. In addition, comes with this chip, Galaxy Book S 2020 will be equipped with 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM, 256 / 512GB eUFS memory and microSD support.
Galaxy Book S 2020 supports 4G LTE mobile network and the latest Wi-Fi 6 technology. The device weighs only 950g and is 11.8mm thin. The screen of the device has a maximum brightness of up to 600 nits. The battery of the Galaxy Book S is a 42Wh battery, which can provide theoretical battery life of up to 17 hours.
In terms of price, Galaxy Book S 2020 will be sold in the UK market in the near future with two color options: gray and gold, along with the price of £ 999, equivalent to VND 29 million. The version sold in the European market will cost 1129 EUR, equivalent to 29.3 million.
Source : Genk