With the Galaxy Book Pro and the Galaxy Book Pro 360 as well as the Galaxy Book 15, Samsung will bring a whole lot of new notebooks to the market tomorrow. The company’s focus is now on AMOLED displays and low-weight devices and now before the release we luckily have all the information in advance.
The Samsung Galaxy Book Pro and the Galaxy Book Pro 360 will be launched in versions with 13.3 and 15.6-inch displays. They all have AMOLED displays, all of which offer full HD resolution with 1920×1080 pixels. In the case of the Galaxy Book Pro 360 models with a foldable screen, a touchscreen with an associated stylus is also offered.
Samsung brags its new notebooks and 2-in-1 laptops primarily with the large AMOLED screens, which have so far been an absolute rarity in laptops. In addition, they insist on the extremely low weight, which means that the devices should be the lightest models in their category.
Big batteries, little weight
The Galaxy Book Pro 13 weighs a meager 868 grams and the Galaxy Book Pro 15 only 1045 grams. With the 360-degree models, the weight is naturally higher at 1063 grams and 1.423 kilograms due to the different design and the use of the touchscreen if the devices still fail comparatively easily.
The low weight is particularly noticeable because the devices all have very large batteries. The 13-inch models have 63 watt-hours available, while the 15-inch models offer a full 68 watts. The runtime should be correspondingly long, although it naturally depends on the respective use.
11th Generation Intel Core processors With Xe GPU
Apart from the eye-catching appearance and the long runtime, the new notebooks in the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro (360) series each have Intel Core i5 and Core i7 SoCs of the current 11th generation, with four cores and an integrated Intel Xe GPU deliver a significant leap in performance.
It is interesting that Samsung is offering the Galaxy Book Pro 360 in the 13-inch version with an optional 5G modem, while the Galaxy Book Pro in the normal 13-inch version is also being launched in an LTE version. Incidentally, the manufacturer also advertises that it offers a comparatively wide range of ports, whereby details can be found in the tables with the specifications attached at the end of this report.
In addition to the new Galaxy Book Pro series, Samsung also wants to bring a “normal” 15-inch notebook onto the market, which is simply called the Samsung Galaxy Book. This model has a normal LCD with LED lighting and full HD resolution and is equipped with 11th generation Intel Core i3, i5, and i7 CPUs. The device offers a wide range of ports and has eight gigabytes of RAM and either a 256 or 512 GB SSD based on PCIe NVMe on board.
There is also an option for an Nvidia GeForce MX450 additional GPU and an optional LTE modem. It has a 54-watt-hour battery that, as in the case of the other new Samsung notebooks, can be charged quickly via a USB Type-C power adapter. The official announcement is due tomorrow.
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