Samsung plans to launch the Samsung Galaxy Book 3 series alongside the Galaxy S23 this February. The Galaxy Book 3 lineup may also be introduced alongside Samsung’s newest flagship smartphones at this presentation, so it doesn’t seem like the S23 series will be the only series launched there. The new series features a 2-in-1 laptop, tablet, and smartphone hybrid with a 10-inch screen. The leaked specs for the first generation of the Galaxy Book 3 have been released.
Samsung’s newest 2-in-1 laptop, tablet, and smartphone are sure to be powerhouse devices with many additional features, such as a wireless keyboard connection and Microsoft Office 365 included. Ishan Agarwal, a tipster, has shared some vital information about the upcoming Galaxy Book 3 line of notebooks. According to him, under the Book 3 series, Samsung will release the Samsung Galaxy Book 3, Book 3 360, Book 3 Pro, Book 3 Pro 360, and Book 3 Ultra.
Along with the Book 3 lineup, the company will introduce the Galaxy Book 2 Go notebooks. Alongside the S23 series, the Galaxy Book 3 laptops will debut in the Indian market. The Galaxy Book 3 Pro will be released in 14-inch and 16-inch display variations, whereas the base Galaxy Book 3 and the Galaxy Book 3 360 will only be offered with a 15-inch display size. In the meantime, there is just a 16-inch edition of the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra and the Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360. The display will support a touchscreen and a stylus. These laptops have an AMOLED display and support 3K and a QHD resolution for the Galaxy Book series.
The Galaxy Book 3 series will also come in all-metal and soft-touch variants. It features an S Pen for all of these models. The laptops will have two processor variants: an Intel Evo 13th Gen i5-1340P and an i7-1360. All of these models will come with fast charging technology, which will help charge the battery quickly. These will also have an Iris Xe graphics card built-in. The Galaxy Book 3 series will likely be powered by the Windows 11 operating system and will feature 16GB of LPDDR5 RAM and up to 1TB of NVMe SSD PCIe Gen 4 internal storage.
All these models are expected to be launched in India at an event in February, as previously reported by sources earlier this month. Windows 11 Home version, a 76-watt-hour battery, 65-watt quick charging, a free S Pen, a 13-mm thickness, and a 1.6-kilogram weight are further exciting features. According to rumors, it won’t have a slot for the S-Pen, which is quite strange, but it will be included in the box and fully compatible with laptops.
The source doesn’t have all the details regarding the date and price, but he claims these will also be revealed at the launch event for the S23 series. More information will be announced soon. It is not confirmed that all these models will be launched in India, but it would be a big hit in this market if Samsung also launches them at an affordable price.