Geekbench Leak Points about Samsung’s Upcoming 2-In-1 Laptop
Galaxy Space to create an uproar in 2-in-1 laptop market
With the soaring growth and popularity of the 2-in-1 laptops in the corporate market, Samsung doesn’t want to stay behind any longer. In a recently released spoof from Geekbench, it is believed that Samsung’s upcoming launch of the Samsung Galaxy Space could be the new 2-in-1 model in town. This new project is still in the pipeline and hasn’t still been confirmed to the public yet.
The inquisitive minds are still unsure about what kind of hardware this device is actually going to be released with. Further reports from Geekbench does suggest that this upcoming device is programmed with 8 GB of the basic system memory or the RAM with the additional octa core processor along with the base clock speed aligning to 2.84GHz.
The only drawback to all of these information published is the fact that they do come with very limited ones. That was all the technical specifications published around on Geekbench database. With such trivial information and data about this possible upcoming launch, the netizens are scratching their head trying to think whether or not this actually is the truth or a completely new thing that Samsung is working on.
However, with all the available information, it is fairly conclusive that this is a convertible laptop of some kind, with much different configurations from the standard Samsung Galaxy models that run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon chipset.
Another possible witness made by Windows Latest suggests that both the single as well as the multi core benchmarks are a lot similar to that of the Samsung Galaxy Book 2 which is a 2-in-1 notebook.
So, this was one of the clues suggesting that this new Samsung Galaxy Space could be something along those lines. The only catch that the tech geeks are awaiting is the kind of differences in the features that Samsung is most likely going to introduce in order to make it marketable and worth launching.
The only problem to all of this is the fact that at the end of the day, all of these could very well be just normal speculations and nothing else. Highlighting this, Windows Latest even suggested that the configurations that people are taking for the 2-in-1 laptop can also be of a Windows Mixed Reality Headset. The main reason is the fact that the specifications don’t include any sort of screen size mention in the Geekbench database.
Even this possible thinking of it being a headset could be a weird speculation with no possible reality behind it. The main reason is the fact that even Windows is withdrawing their Mixed Reality studio in Berlin, so, that makes you think as well.
With so many possibilities around, it is always best to just wait it out and see what Samsung has in store in the near future, whether it is actually a convertible laptop or a new innovation.