Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360, Galaxy Book Pro, and Galaxy Book
Samsung Electronics announced that it will hold a Galaxy Unpacked launch event at 10:00 EST on April 28 (22:00 GMT on April 28) to launch the “strongest Galaxy device “. According to the rumors Samsung will release three Galaxy notebooks at the end of the month, and now the tipster Evan Blass has revealed the official renders.
According to Evan Blass, Samsung is preparing to release the Galaxy Book Pro, Galaxy Book Pro 360, and Galaxy Book at April 28th conference. Samsung Galaxy Book Pro notebook is equipped with Samsung’s OLED 90Hz screen and supports the S Pen stylus; it is equipped with Intel 11 Core and MX450 exclusive graphics. The Samsung Galaxy Book notebook will feature a 14-inch FHD screen with up to Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx Gen X option.
Galaxy Book Pro 360
Shipping in both 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch flavors, in either navy or gold, this top-of-range convertible laptop is built around a Super AMOLED touch screen and includes an S-Pen in the box. It’s powered by an Intel Evo-certified 11th Gen Core processor and as much as 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. Its battery is said to offer up to 20 hours of usage per charge, and contrary to the previous reporting, it’s configurable with a 5G (and not just LTE) modem. Expect it to start at over $1,000 when it ships in May.
Galaxy Book Pro
The non-convertible Pro is very similar to its 360 siblings, offering the same choice of Super AMOLED touch screen sizes — albeit in blue and silver — and Evo-certified silicon, along with the claimed 20-hour battery life and optional 5G. Solid-state storage is capped at 512GB, however, and not 1TB, but pricing should also be north of a grand.
Finally, the regular Galaxy Book pares down on the size and color options: it’ll only ship in a 15.6-inch, silver configuration with a full HD touch screen. Under the hood is an 11th Gen Core i7 processor from Intel, and a battery capable of an alleged 17 hours runtime between charges. Like the two Pro ‘Books, it will come preloaded with Windows 10 Home, but unlike those models, this one will supposedly start under $1,000.