Another leak has surfaced claiming Samsung plans to unveil a version of its Exynos processor made for laptops — something that could, at least based on ‘industry sources,’ happen in the second half of 2021. Assuming Samsung does make such an announcement, this would mark the first time the company launched Windows laptops powered by its own chips.
The new claim comes from The Korea Economic Daily, which reports on behalf of unnamed industry sources that Samsung is currently working on a Windows laptop that is powered by an Exynos processor for notebooks rather than smartphones.
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