In the Geekbench synthetic test database, information appeared about a new laptop from the South Korean company LG. As a basis, the new model number 15U40N uses AMD Ryzen 4000 (Renoir) U-series processors.
The leak was shared by an infamous insider @_rogame, who announced that the 15U40N laptop model will be able to offer at least two AMD processors based on the Zen 2 architecture – Ryzen 3 4300U and Ryzen 7 4700U. Both chips do not support SMT (Simultaneous Multithreading) technology. Thus, they use only one thread per core, of which the first chip has four, and the second has eight.
The heat dissipation level of both Ryzen 3 4300U and Ryzen 7 4700U hybrid processors is 15 watts. APU data can also be configured to TDP levels of 10 and 25 watts. In addition, these chips use different integrated second-generation Vega GPUs.
The leaked data does not indicate information about the data storage subsystem for this laptop. However, it is reported the use of 8 and 16 GB of dual-channel DDR4 standard memory with a frequency of 3200 MHz.
It is not yet clear which series of laptops the 15U40N model will have to replenish. Gram notebook model numbers usually contain the prefix “Z”. Therefore, as the resource suggests Notebookcheck, the 15U40N is unlikely to be an AMD version of the recently introduced LG Gram 15 powered by Intel Comet Lake processors.
According to an insider @_rogame, The “lit up” model may come to replace the LG 15U490 laptop model (in the upper image). Powered by Ryzen processors with first-generation Zen architecture, it is exclusively sold in the South Korean market.
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