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Samsung Galaxy Book S with Intel Lakefield spotted on the Samsung online store

The Samsung Galaxy Book S with the Intel Lakefield CPU appears to at last be on its way, in accordance to a new leak, and it truly is apparently been outed by… Samsung alone.

The Book S with an Intel Lakefield Main i5-L16G7 chip was spotted on the Samsung Canada on the net shop, in accordance to NotebookCheck. It backs up a Hexus report from Oct that initial claimed Samsung was producing an Lakefield product of its pro pill.

This usually means we will likely see the new Samsung Galaxy Book S in the wild quite soon and it may

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Samsung Galaxy Book S with Intel Lakefield spotted on the Samsung online store

The Samsung Galaxy Book S with the Intel Lakefield CPU appears to finally be on its way, according to a new leak, and it’s apparently been outed by… Samsung itself.

The Book S with an Intel Lakefield Core i5-L16G7 chip was spotted on the Samsung Canada online store, according to NotebookCheck. It backs up a Hexus report from October that first claimed Samsung was making an Lakefield model of its pro tablet.

This means we’ll likely see the new Samsung Galaxy Book S in the wild very soon and it may take the mantle as first x86 with Lakefield device.

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Galaxy A51 review: Samsung beats the iPhone SE in these important ways

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The Galaxy A51’s 6.5-inch screen won’t wash out in direct sunlight.


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How good can a $400 phone really be? When the device in question is the Samsung Galaxy A51, the answer is simple: very good. As the first real representative of the Galaxy A family in the US, the A51 is a convincing effort that proves Samsung can make a good midprice phone that’s worth buying. In fact, Samsung’s budget phone (£329 in the UK and AU$599 in Australia) even bests the iPhone SE (which starts at $399, £419 and AU$749), in some specific, and significant, ways.

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Galaxy A51 review: Samsung builds a $400 phone that people actually want to use

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The Galaxy A51’s 6.5-inch screen won’t wash out in direct sunlight.


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How good can a $400 phone really be? When the device in question is the Samsung Galaxy A51, the answer is simple: good. In fact, Samsung’s budget phone (£329 in the UK and AU$599 in Australia) more than holds its own against Apple’s iPhone SE (which starts at $399, £419 and AU$749). Screen size and clarity, phone features, camera quality and performance — it delivers in every key way but one.

Like

  • 6.5-inch screen is detailed and bright
  • Wide-angle camera option
  • Headphone jack

Don’t Like

  • Processor speed
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Samsung Galaxy M31 Update Rendering Phones Unusable, Some Users Report

Samsung Galaxy M31 — the budget smartphone by the South Korean giant — received a new software update with the April 2020 security patch earlier this week. While the latest software update was meant to provide various security fixes, it appears to have come with some bugs that are causing issues to users. Various affected users reported that their Galaxy M31 bricked while installing the latest update. Some Samsung Galaxy A70 users in the country, who received an Android 10 update along with One UI 2.0, also reported similar issues.

As per the user reports on on Twitter, several Samsung

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