- Samsung Galaxy Book 3 series design has been leaked ahead of the launch
- The Galaxy Book 3 series will get the latest-gen Intel processors, slim bezels, a lightweight build and the option for 360 hinges and stylus support
- The Galaxy Book 3 will be launched on February 1st at the company’s Unpacked event
Design renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Book 3 series are out ahead of its launch. Samsung has confirmed the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy Book 3 series for India and other global markets at its Unpacked event scheduled for February 1st. The Samsung Galaxy Book 3 will launch alongside the Samsung Galaxy S23 series of flagship smartphones. The company has started taking pre-bookings via its official website and will be extending special benefits to early customers.
Samsung Galaxy Book 3 design leaked
The Samsung Galaxy Book 3 render come courtesy of MySmartPrice and showcase the design of the new lineup of PCs from the Korean electronics manufacturer. The Galaxy Book 3 will consist of the Book 3 Pro 360, Book 3 Pro and Book 3 360. The Galaxy Book 3 360 will get a 360-degree hinge and will sport a screen size that’s anticipated to be around 14-inch. The PC will get an Intel Evo i7 13th gen processor inside, a microSD card slot, a headphone jack, a USB port and bottom-firing speakers.
The Galaxy Book 3 Pro will get slimmer bezels and will come in two screen size options, 14-inch and 16-inch. The panels will use a 3K AMOLED technology. The device will be powered by Core i5-1340P and Core i7-1360P and will be paired to 16 GB LPDDR5 RAM, up to 1TB NVMe SSD PCIE Gen4 SSD and Intel Iris Xe integrated graphics. The Galaxy Book 3 Pro will run Windows 11 out of the box. The device gets a large trackpad and a keyboard with fairly less travel. The 14-inch model will be 11mm thick, and with its 63Whr battery will tip the scale at 1.2kg. The 16-inch model will host a 76Whr battery and will be 13mm thick and 1.6kg in weight. Both models will support 65W fast charging.
The top-of-the-line model, the Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360 will get the best of both worlds with the ‘Pro’ specifications and 360-degree hinge. The display will support a stylus and will sport smaller bezels. The device will get a 13th-generation i7 processor, a microSD card slot, a headphone jack, and a USB port.