First, there was a mysterious Samsung machine on Geekbench operating Home windows with an octa-core CPU, which judging by the two.84GHz clock was the Snapdragon 855, then there’s the Bluetooth SIG certification and now Evan Blass contributes to the story with a affirmation {that a} Galaxy E-book S is within the works.

As you’ll be able to think about, the Geekbench itemizing and the Bluetooth certification sheet do not reveal a lot. What we are able to collect from that is the mannequin quantity SM-W767, which means that it is a Galaxy E-book 2 successor and that it helps Bluetooth 5.0. It is also upgrading from 4GB of RAM to 8GB of RAM as per the Geekbench rating sheet.

Samsung Galaxy Book S incoming with Snapdragon 855 and Windows 10

Oh, and remember the fact that the outcomes from Geekbench aren’t correct because the machine is clearly nonetheless in its testing stage, particularly with that 32-bit OS operating.

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