Samsung Galaxy Book 5 Pro with Intel’s next-gen chip reportedly in progress 

After the successful launch of the Galaxy Book 4 Series, Samsung seems to have started working on its successor, as the Galaxy Book 5 Pro with Intel’s next-gen chip is reportedly in progress. Hence, the Korean tech giant will continue to use Intel processors to make its laptops incredible and seamless.

As per the information of SiSoft Sandra database, Intel is working on its next-gen low-power mobile chip – Lunar Lake and it might be powered on Samsung’s upcoming laptops. Yes, the Galaxy Book 5 Pro from Samsung may use Intel’s Lunar Lake 8-core CPU and Arc Battlemage Xe2 GPU.

To be mentioned, Intel Lunar Lake could be the first processor that is completely based on TSMC’s new N3 process node and uses Intel Xe2 GPU with 512 shaders, 64 Vector Engines, and 4 x Xe2-Cores. Simultaneously, the chipset is expected to be launched in late 2024 or at the beginning of next year.

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However, this development hints that Samsung is working on the successors of Galaxy Book 4 laptops that will include a Lunar Lake CPU with 8 cores and clock speeds between 1.6 GHz and 2.8 GHz. Below you can check CPU and GPU core details of Intel’s next-generation chip – Lunar Lake.

  • Intel Lunar Lake CPU core – Genuine Intel(R) 0000 1.60GHz (8C 2.8GHz/1.6GHz 75% OC, 5 x 2.5MB L2 + 2 x 12MB L3 cache)
  • Intel Lunar Lake GPU core: Intel(R) Arc(TM) Graphics (512SP 64C 1.85GHz, 8MB L2, 7GB) (OpenCL)


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