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Samsung Galaxy Book Pro and Book Pro 360 on spy shots

13 April 2021, Tuesday By M. Konwar
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Insiders have published the first photos of unannounced Samsung Galaxy Book Pro and Book Pro 360 laptops. In addition, the appearance of devices in the database of one of the regulators revealed the expected characteristics of new products, the release of which is expected in the near future.

Samsung Galaxy Book Pro

According to available information, the Galaxy Book Pro laptop will be presented in two versions with a diagonal AMOLED display of 13 and 15 inches with Full HD resolution in both cases. The laptop will go on sale in blue and silver cases, and will be powered by an 11th generation Intel Core processor. Buyers will be able to choose a configuration with both integrated and discrete graphics - in the case of the discrete graphics, we are talking about the NVIDIA GeForce MX450. It is reported that laptops will also receive a Thunderbolt 4 port and a built-in LTE modem.

A key feature of the Galaxy Book Pro 360 model will be support for the S-Pen stylus. The new product will be available with 13 and 15-inch displays and will debut in gold and dark blue cases. The key specifications of the device will be similar to those of the Galaxy Book Pro.

Galaxy Book Pro 360

In addition, in the documents of the Bluetooth SIG and FCC regulators, mention was found of another Samsung laptop - the Galaxy Book Go model. The spec sheet states that it will support 34.5W fast charging, a 14-inch Full HD display, and a Snapdragon processor with Windows 10 pre-loaded with ARM.

Galaxy Book Go

The device is credited with 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory, as well as a Snapdragon 7c processor in the base configuration. The flagship version could get a Snapdragon 8cx chip, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB storage.

The presentation of the devices, according to rumors, will take place at the end of April this year.

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