Yeah, I was looking at laptops recently and that Optane thing is being advertised very misleadingly by some brands. It cannot be used as RAM, so that machine only has 4GB which is too low for Photoshop, 3D modelling, and definitely After Effects. Stay away from anything pretending that Optane is RAM.
You need something with at least 16GB of (real) RAM and a good graphics card. You're certainly not going to get acceptable performance out of Photoshop without those. An SSD is borderline mandatory for productivity apps as well, that 1TB hard drive will be 5400RPM and as a result After Effects will run like refrigerated molasses.
Laptops are not good value for workstation grade performance, but for many people a desktop isn't viable. Be prepared to pay at least 50% more than a desktop for a laptop of the same performance. I would double, or possibly triple your current budget to get a laptop that will perform well with those apps. Adobe and 3D applications require high-end hardware.