According to the online listing the CPU is based on Intel’s forthcoming 10nm Cannon Lake architecture and is equipped with two-cores as well as four-threads. It seems the online retailer also lists the laptop chip will run at a base 2.2GHz and up to 3.2GHz with Turbo Boost.
JD also lists the laptop will sell for 3,299 Chinese yen, which converts to about $450 (about £330, AU$600). Although it seems like this Lenovo IdeaPad 330 will be a budget system it apparently features DDR4 RAM, so perhaps Cannon Lake will finally leave the aging DDR3 class of RAM behind.
There’s no mention of a release date on the site, but the fact that retailer listing for a Cannon Lake-powered laptop lends credence to their eventual release. However, this is China after all, and retailers there are notorious for creating fakes or embellishing their wares, so we’re still going to take this news with a grain of salt.
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