Samsung Galaxy Book Pro, Galaxy Book Pro 360 designs revealed through live Images on SafetyKorea
Samsung Galaxy Book Pro and Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 live images have surfaced on SafetyKorea certification, as spotted by 91mobiles. While it fails to reveal much else about the hardware specifications, we get a good look at the designs of the two laptops. The live images are in line with the renders posted by tipster Evan Blass a few weeks ago. The Samsung Galaxy Book Pro will be available in Silver/White colour option and will have narrow bezels. Similarly, the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 will be available in the White colour option and the display should be able to rotate complete 360-degrees.
Both machines are expected to run Windows OS since the keyboard has a dedicated Windows function key. The notebooks are also expected to be powered by 11th-gen Intel chipsets.
According to an earlier leak, the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 will have support for S-Pen and touchscreen display. Both the laptops will ship in 13-and 15-inch screen sizes. The Galaxy Book Pro will be available in Blue and Silver, while the Galaxy Book Pro 360 will ship in Navy and Gold colourways. The laptops will be powered by up to Core i7 Intel 11th generation processors with Intel Iris X graphics and optional Nvidia MX450 GPU. Connectivity options include optional LTE and Thunderbolt4 port. The laptops will have support for Samsung DeX, SmartThings, new Samsung Notes, among others. That's pretty much everything that is to know about the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 at the moment.
According to a leaked roadmap, Samsung's PC Unpacked is expected to happen on April 14th, which is just a day away from now. So, we should know more details quite soon.
Separately, Samsung Galaxy Book Go has bagged the FCC and Bluetooth SIG certification ahead of launch, as spotted by MySmartPrice . The notebook bears a model number NP345XLA and the FCC listing suggests it will come with 34.5W fast-charging support. The Bluetooth SIG certification has a mention of Hermes, which is believed to be its codename and shows Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity.