Semiconductor goliath Intel has been prepping up to release 12th-generation Core mobile processor next year, now Lenovo notebooks equipped with Intel’s unveiled 12-generation Core processor i7-1260P have appeared on the Geekbench running sub-platform, reportedly a few days back Samsung notebooks actuated with i7-1260P have also appeared on the running sub-platform.

It is also expected to make a debut in January 2022. Supposedly, Geekbench has not exposed the codename of these Lenovo notebooks. However, the motherboard model number has been revealed, and it is “375A”. Geekbench figures exhibit that Intel’s unveiled 12-generation Core mobile processor is i7-1260P, equipped with 12 cores and 16 threads, that is, the specifications of 4 large cores + 8 small cores, and boost frequency up to 2.5GHz, turbo frequency 4.6GHz, and memory bank of 18MB Three-level cache.

It is said that i7-1260P belongs to Intel’s 12th-generation Core low-voltage processor, but the nametag method is quite different from that of i7-1165G7. In addition, Intel has released the 12th generation of Core K series desktop processors.

It is expected that intel’s 12th generation mobile core processor will be released at Consumer Electronics Show on January 5, 2022. The 12th generation mobile Core processors would carry out the H series of gaming laptops, the P series of thin and light laptops, and the ultra-low-voltage series of two-in-one tablet devices. 

Furthermore, Intel recently released 12th Gen Alder Lake chips on November 4 with a word of honor of the “world’s best gaming processor.” Intel kicked off with three chips i9-12900K model, Core i7-12700K, and the Core i5-12700K.

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