According to the news and information published by thetechoutlook news website Samsung It plans to unveil a new series of Galaxy Book 3 notebooks in February, and in addition to the Pro and Pro 360 models, the company will probably unveil an Ultra model in this regard.
Recent reports also suggest that the codename of Samsung’s new ultrabook is 960XFH. According to the information published on Geekbench in this regard, the Samsung 960XFH notebook model is going to come with an i7-13700H chip. Samsung Galaxy Book3 Ultra also supports a decent graphics card and some have given the possibility of using RTX 3050 6GB or RTX 4050.
Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra is expected to be introduced as an innovative high-end notebook. Rumors have also been published in this regard and it is possible that the new Samsung ultra notebook is going to be released with an OLED display with support for refresh rate and high resolution. The new versions of Samsung Galaxy Book3 Pro and Pro 360 notebooks are also going to be announced.
This series of notebooks use a thin design, and in this regard, there are also reports that this series is supported and supplied with the 13th generation Intel P series processors. In addition, Samsung has also announced that it will release a new notebook from the Galaxy Book2 series in South Korea. This device will use a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx Gen3 series processor.
Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx Gen 3 is Logo-based and designed for Windows laptops. This processor supports four 3 GHz Cortex-X1 performance cores and 4 weaker 2.4 GHz Cortex-A78 cores.
Samsung no longer sells Galaxy Book series notebooks in South Korea, and the company launched the Galaxy Book2 Pro series notebooks with support for Intel’s 12th generation Core Duo processors in the global market in early 2022.
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