Samsung Galaxy Book S with SD 855 chipset spotted in the wild

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Samsung is literally balling out in the Android world with all the units that they have launched this year, and they now seem to be trying out their hands at an entirely new operating system again. That is what we have been getting from a Samsung unit which has been showing up on GeekBench with Windows OS running under the hood.

Since then, we have also had sightings on Bluetooth SIG and a confirmation of the fact that this device will have the Snapdragon 855 chipset under the hood. Now that Evan Blass has joined in on the leak train, we might have even much more than we envisioned.

For those who know about GeekBench and Bluetooth SIG, you would agree that they do not reveal much about the devices which pass through them. However, they do suggest that the device will be a successor to the Galaxy Book 2 and come with support for Bluetooth 5.0 out of the box.

Likewise, we get 8GB of RAM on this unit as opposed to the 4GB which came with the previous one.

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Results from GeekBench are just for testing purposes at this point, so they should not be totally believed either.

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