Since the launch of Ryzen 4000H mobile gaming processors, OEMs have started implementing them into their gaming laptops. Manufacturers like Asus, Lenovo, MSI all of them will be using these APUs to power the new gaming laptops which makes them more efficient and powerful due to the AM4 platform.
Now, HP will also implement these processors into their new HP Omen 15 gaming laptops, spotted by @_rogame, the laptop is listed as the HP OMEM Laptop 15-en0xxx along with an HP 8786 motherboard. Even though you might think this to be a new lineup but an HP support document confirms that the 15-en0xxx is an OMEN laptop.
Several Geekbench listings have confirmed the fact that HP will release a Ryzen 7 4800H powered SKU. All of the listings report 8 GB of RAM, also a 15-en0xxx laptop has also been benchmarked on 3DMark with 16 GB of RAM.
While 3DMark gives the possibility for a Ryzen 5 4600H version as well, @_rogame states that at least a GTX 1660 Ti GPU will be used in these gaming laptops.
So it is very likely to see HP selling RTX GPUs versions of the 15-en0xxx laptops, as it did with last year’s models. We have already seen with the Zephyrus G14 and the Ryzen 9 4900HS gaming laptops powered by the AMD Ryen 4000H processor.
These Renoir APUs provide great performance at lower power consumption, so naturally, both the Ryzen 5 4600H and Ryzen 7 4800H will perform well with significant lower prices on the new HP Omen 15 gaming laptops.
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