Jan 24, 2017 10:29 AM EST
AMD Radeon RX 570 Mobile Parts for Samsung Notebook? [VIDEO]
At the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show event, Samsung unveiled the specs of its upcoming Samsung Notebook Odyssey. Something caught the eye of many as one of the specs listed there is the AMD Radeon RX 570. Tech enthusiasts have now speculated it was a type or it would be for the mobile parts.
According to Tweak Town, details have been scarce about the AMD Radeon RX 570 but that did not stop Samsung from putting it in their new products that are scheduled to be released in the near future. One example would be the Samsung Notebook Odyssey that has options for the RX 570 with 4GB or 8GB. It is also looking to be a rebranding of some sort of the Lenovo Y520 that features the RX 570 mobile graphics.
There is a theory going around that the AMD Radeon RX 570 is a newer and better version of the Radeon RX 400 series cards based on what a Reddit user saw at AMD's booth at the recently concluded CMS. He said the 500 series is an OEM rebadge of the 400 series similar to what the 8000 series was to the 7000 series.
This news comes a few days after Lenovo mistakenly released information for the upcoming Lenovo Y520, which is what AMD Radeon RX 570 is expected to be up against in the future. It is something that tech fans have been looking forward to with its 7th Gen Intel Core i7 CPU offering a 12% increase in productivity compared to previous versions, Mobipicker reported.
Check out this video that contains an introduction to the Samsung Notebook Odyssey, a new 17-inch gaming laptop that is rumored to contain the AMD Radeon RX 570. It also contains the Nvidia GeForce 1050 GP, which is an excellent mainstream graphics chip for the latest games at full HD resolution according to Cnet: