The Samsung "Notebook 7 Force 2021" is cleared for launch by the FCC
Samsung has already released Notebook 7 laptops with thin-and-light form-factors and USB type C ports. Now, the series is expected to get more new additions, with up-to-date RTX 3000-series graphics this time. The OEM may have just succeeded in securing FCC approval for these rumored "7 Force 2021" variants.
This certification has been issued for a Samsung NP760XDA, which has has variants with 4GB of RTX 3050 or 3050 Ti graphics. This lines up with earlier 7 Force leaks, as do the device's Tiger Lake-H45 CPUs. It may be launched with choices of the Core i5-11260H and i5-11400H, as well as the top-end i7-11800H hinted at in earlier benchmarks linked to this laptop.
Accordingly, any type-C ports it may have are probably Thunderbolt 4, although the FCC does not confirm this spec outright. In any case, it is now shaping up as a new contender in the mid-range gaming space, possibly in the ultrabook sector. On the other hand, Samsung is yet to announce a launch event for this new prospect, not to mention formally acknowledge this potential upgrade to the existing 7 Force.