Samsung Galaxy Space is the newest project from the South Korean company, and it would be a Windows 10-powered 2-in-1 laptop that the company is working on, according to a leak from Geekbench. However, not many details are known regarding the form this piece of hardware will take.
What does Geekbench say about these possible Samsung Galaxy Space specifications?
The Samsung Galaxy Space, as Geekbench said, will be having a system memory of 8GB, running Window 10 and a having a processor of 8 cores featuring a base clock speed of 2.84GHz. Unfortunately, the Geekbench database did not provide us more information regarding the hardware of the design, which means that we could only make our guesses. However, if only the benchmark is legit, we could think of something.
What do we think about this?
From the information we have gotten by now, this device will most likely be a convertible laptop. This will be different from the Galaxy Book models we are used to from Samsung as we do not know if this device will be running a Qualcomm Snapdragon chip too. This development was spotted by Windows Latest, and they think the benchmark scores of single-core and multi-core are similar to Samsung Galaxy Book 2’s achievement.
This device from Samsung uses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 chip, and it is a 2-in-1 laptop. Half of its cores are even running at 2.9GHz. With that being said, something similar might come, but with a few different upgrades and new features as for the company to deliver something new that the fans will get excited for.
False news or false joy?
All you have read by now, as we mentioned from the beginning, is pure speculation. As Geeknech did not list anything about the display, it might even be some kind of Windows Mixed Reality headset according to Windows Latest. Until we get new info on this device, Samsung Galaxy Space project seems interesting.
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