The launch of the Galaxy Book 3 series is imminent, and Samsung has already set expectations for the new laptops to arrive on February 1 during tomorrow’s Galaxy Unpacked event. It was aimed at the Ultra, but Samsung is also preparing to announce a cheaper model named the Galaxy Book3. Samsung has not yet commented on the existence of the Galaxy Book3, but @_snoopytech_ Renderings and specs are leaked, similar to win future.
Confusingly, the Galaxy Book3 looks unchanged from last year’s Galaxy Book2, which paired a 15.6-inch, 16:9 display with an Intel Alder Lake-P processor. As such, the upcoming laptop won’t receive the 16:10 display Samsung Display unveiled earlier this month. Instead, we’re left with a 15.6-inch IPS panel that peaks at 1080p, 60 Hz, and 300 nits. Similarly, the entry-level Galaxy Book maintains his 15.4 mm thickness of its predecessor, but weighs nearly 200 g less, making him 1.56 kg.
Also, the Galaxy Book3 doesn’t have a separate graphics option, which could explain why it’s lighter than the Galaxy Book2. The latter’s Intel Arc A350M didn’t impress in our tests, so this year’s omission isn’t surprising. will be This may not be as powerful as the Alder Lake-P processor it’s replacing. The Galaxy Book3 is reportedly €1,099 with a Core i5-1335U, 16 GB of RAM and a 512 GB SSD. In other words, expect Samsung to charge his entry-level SKUs for less than his €1,000. It comes with a Core i3-1315U, 8 GB of RAM, and a 256 GB SSD. All Galaxy Book3 configurations come with the following ports:
- 1x 3.5mm jack
- 1 x HDMI
- 1x Kensington lock slot
- 1x MicroSD card slot
- 2x Thunderbolt 4
- 2x USB 3.2 Type A
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