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The high-definition renderings of the Galaxy Book, Galaxy Book Pro, and Galaxy Book Pro 360 smartphones, as well as the high-definition renderings of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Lite.
The Galaxy Book Go is a Windows 10 notebook with a Super AM OLED screen and a new version of Qualcomm Snapdragon smartphone chipset, according to previous FCC certification papers. A 14-inch @ FHD monitor, pre-installed Windows 10 Home Edition operating system, next-generation Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c / 8cx processor, 4 / 8GB LPDDR4 ram + 128 / 256GB SSD, and a microSD card reader are all included in the Galaxy Book Go.
The Samsung Galaxy Book Pro will be available in silver or white and will have thin bezels. Similarly, the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 will be available in white, and the display will be able to spin 360 degrees.
Since the keyboards have dedicated Windows control keys, all notebooks run Windows. Furthermore, the 11th generation Intel chipset is planned to be used in these two notebooks. The screens on these two notebooks will be 13 and 15 inches, respectively. The Galaxy Book Pro will come in blue and silver colors, while the Galaxy Book Pro 360 will come in navy and gold.
Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 will support S Pen and touch screen, according to previously leaked reports. These two laptops are available with up to a Core i7 Intel 11th generation cpu, Intel Iris X graphics, and an optional Nvidia MX450 GPU. Optional LTE and Thunderbolt4 ports are used for connectivity. Samsung DeX, SmartThings, and the latest Samsung Notes will all be supported by the laptop.
The Adreno 619 GPU is used in the Galaxy Tab S7 Lite. 2.21 GHz is the highest CPU clock frequency. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G SoC is expected to be used. The computer is powered by the Android 11 operating system.