The 9-pin is still powered by an 8th generation Intel Core i7 processor, but you can get the 15-inch version with 2GB NVIDIA GeForce MX150 discreet graphics. (The smaller model is limited to integrated Intel graphics.) Both have LPDDR3 RAM, GIGA WiFi, face and fingerprint recognition, two Thunderbolt 3 ports, USB-C, headphone / microphone and UFS / MicroSD ports. It also has a "ThunderAmp" smart amplifier and "studio quality audio from speakers set by AKG," Samsung said.
Finally, both models have a built-in S-pen with three different tips and half of the latest mode. Combined with the lightweight convertible design, cartoon support and discreet graphics, which should make it a decent laptop for artists and graphics profiles on the go. Samsung has not announced prices, but the latest Notebook 9 Pen started at $ 1400 if it helps. It's coming to the United States sometime in 2019.