As early as last year at the CES show, Intel announced the Lakefield processor, packaged in a 3D Foveros package, that integrates different processes and functional modules in a single chip, with microsoft dual-screen laptops Surface Neo and Samsung’s Galaxy Book S.
We’ve seen i5-L15G7, i5-L16G7 and lakefield models in the Test databases of GeekBench, UserBenchmark, 3DMark, etc. many times before, pointing in part to samsung’s 767XCL notebook.
Now, Samsung Canada has accidentally launched the new Galaxy Book S, number NP767XCM-K01CA, the processor model is the i5-L16G7!
Samsung’s i5-L16G7 processor is rough, with only a main frequency of up to 3.0GHz, a three-stage cache of 4MB, and an integrated core graphics card, UHD Graphics, and from the “G7” number, the core is certainly the 11th generation architecture, 64 execution units, but it’s not clear why it’s called UHD instead of Iris.
According to previous data, the Lakefield processor is internally integrated with a compute layer of the 10nm process and a base layer of the 22nm process, encapsulating a high-performance Sunny Cove and four low-power Tremont simulsions with five CPU cores.
It is also Samsung’s first X86-built Galaxy Book S notebook (previously used with the SnapDragon8cx), about 11.7 mm thick, weighs only 950 grams, and features a 13.3-inch 1080p screen, 8GB of memory, 256/512GB solid-state disk, Wi-Fi 6 wireless card, two USB-C interfaces, and a 42Whr battery (17 hours).
It’s not clear when it will be released, and it looks like it’s not far off, and Lakefield, the announced one-and-a-half-year-old alternative processor, is finally out of the way.