Thanks to Nvidia buying the ARM, we might see the next Galaxy Book with RTX GPU! Recently, Nvidia demonstrated the RTX graphics with Ray-tracing enabled on the Linux platform running on ARM. This demonstration defined the possibilities of the ARM to support high-end gaming in the coming future.
In the test, Nvidia equipped the RTX 3060 with MediaTek Kompanio 1200 SoC with the AAA title, Wolfenstein: Young Blood at full capacity. By the way, Kompanio will make its way to the upcoming Chromebooks.
Also, it’s worth noting that Nvidia has made SDKs available for Chromebooks, and especially for the ARM environment.
Back in the day, Samsung also made an ARM laptop, but soon gave up on ARM, because of certain issues or say, demand in the market was very low. As of now, All the Galaxy Books comes with Intel processors, which have x86_x64 architecture but utilizing the x64 most of the time. As of now, there is no actual announcement from Samsung to make into the ARM market as of now.
But in case Nvidia manages to capture the Chromebook market with ARM supporting RTX, chances are Microsoft has to play their A-game to beat Chromebooks, with Intel and AMD battling with each other and the competition with ARM will grow.