[Specs, Info, and Prices] Dell Latitude 15 3520 – Tiger Lake and a discrete GPU make this laptop a portable powerhouse

Dell has an abundance of devices and lineup, some of which overlap and create a lot of confusion. Inspiron, Latitude, Precision, all look quite similar, and offer similar specs. Today we will talk about one of the new additions to the Latitude lineup, the Latitude 15 3520. This laptop offers plenty of power both CPU and GPU-wise, so it can handle heavy workloads while weighing less than two kilograms. It also gives you a wide array of choice for you CPU and GPU, with even a discrete NVIDIA card in the face of the MX 450.

Today we are giving you a quick overview of the Dell Latitude 15 3520.

The Dell Latitude 15 3520 is available now with a starting price of $1,202.83. There is also a special 31% discount if you are a business owner.

Dell Latitude 15 3520: Full Specs


The laptop comes in a sleek black exterior, which looks really minimalistic and really good. The build materials for the laptop aren’t specified by Dell, but we would assume that it at least has an aluminum lid, if not an outright fully aluminum body when looking at the price. The laptop is also quite light and thin, weighing only 1.79 kg and being just 18 mm tall. It also gets an edge-to-edge keyboard and a 10% larger touchpad, giving you a better experience when typing and using the device.


The device has two 15.6-inch display opinions, the first of which, even we don’t comprehend why it would be there. We are talking about the 768p TN panel, which has narrow viewing angles and poor color reproduction. IPS panels are readily accessible nowadays, so there’s no need to use TN ones, except if we’re talking about a super budget solution, a first device, or something similar. The second display has a Full HD resolution and uses an IPS panel. It also has a brightness of 250 nits.

Specifications and features

As we said in the beginning, the laptop offers plenty of choices when it comes to hardware. You get to choose between four CPUs, all part of the Tiger Lake G-series, starting with the Core i3-1115G4 and ending on a high note with the Core i7-1165G7. With these processors, you get the Iris Xe Graphics, which are really good, dare we say the best iGPUs that you can find right now. For the people who want a discrete GPU, however, Dell gives you the option of the NVIDIA GeForce MX450. The combination of hardware can handle heavy workloads such as video editing and 3D Rendering.

Being that the laptop is marketed as a business and productivity one, it has an optional fingerprint scanner and an optional backlit keyboard. You also get stereo speakers, along with Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5 support.

All Dell Latitude 15 3520 configurations:

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