of @benchleaks The bot found Samsung’s Galaxy Book Pro laptop with Intel’s Core i7-13700H processor and Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 4050 laptop graphics. Laptops are probably months away, but it looks like Nvidia is set to roll out his GeForce RTX 40 series family in the mobile space sooner or later.
In terms of performance, Samsung Galaxy Book Pro model NP960XFH (Core i7-13700H, GeForce RTX 4050, 32GB LPDDR5-6400) Scored 1,124 points overall and 57.4 GPU points In PugetBench using Premiere Pro 22.6.2. In contrast, the Dell XPS 15 9520 (Core i7-12700H, GeForce RTX 3050, 32GB DDR5-4800) Scored 1,009 points overall and 48.9 GPU points on the same benchmark. So we can definitely say that the upcoming Galaxy Book Pro actually has a 17% faster GPU. This could prove we’re dealing with a brand new graphics processor.
In fact, this isn’t the first time the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro model NP960XFH has been launched based on Intel’s Raptor Lake processor. Found in Benchmark DatabaseNote that both CPU developers and large OEMs tend to announce new products at trade shows. This could mean that the next-generation Galaxy Book Pro with Intel’s 13th Generation Core processors will be officially unveiled at his CES in early 2023. , plans change all the time.
It remains to be seen if the first available version of Samsung’s new Galaxy Book Pro laptop will use Nvidia’s GeForce RTX 4050 (assuming this belongs to the Ada Lovelace family) or if the new part will come later. Just a thought, early versions rely on integrated graphics or Intel’s Arc A380M.
With its Ampere architecture, it took Nvidia about 7-8 months from rolling out flagship desktop parts to introducing entry-level mobile GPUs. So in fact he would be deviating from the company’s normal launch strategy if it takes Nvidia months to release what he purports to be with his AD107 graphics chip.