The Galaxy S23 series is expected to be released on February 1 by Samsung. It is anticipated that three new Galaxy S23 smartphones and some brand-new accessories will be unveiled at the event. It appears that Samsung will also launch the next-generation Galaxy Book laptops alongside these products.
According to the SamMobile report, the upcoming high-end laptops will have better software features and better specifications than the Galaxy Book 2 series at the moment. It is possible that Intel’s 13th Generation processors will power the laptops. The laptops’ specifications are still hidden, but we can get a sense of what to expect by looking at the current generation of Galaxy Book laptops.
Specifications for the Galaxy Book2 Pro and Galaxy Book2 Pro 360
The Galaxy Book 2 Pro 360’s display is 15.6 inches, while the Galaxy Book 2 Pro’s display is 13.3 inches. The aspect ratio is 16:9 on both devices. For normal viewing, both devices have AMOLED displays with Full HD resolution and 400 nits of brightness. The brightness of HDR content can reach 500 nits. The 15.6-inch model weighs 1.41kg, while the 13.3-inch model weighs 1.04.
Despite not having Bluetooth connectivity, both models run Windows 11 and support the S Pen. Because of the S Pen’s lower latency, you can write and draw with it. Improvements in areas like hyperlink support and handwriting recognition are promised by the Samsung Notes software. The app can instantly sync if the right apps are running on Galaxy devices.
The Galaxy Book2 Pro and Book2 Pro 360 are powered by 12th-generation Intel Core i7 and Core i5 CPUs, up to 32 GB of LPDDR5 RAM, and up to 1 TB of NVMe SSD storage. The Book2 Pro is powered by a 63Wh battery, while the Book2 Pro 360 is powered by a 68Wh battery. USB-C 65W rapid charging is supported by both devices.