Samsung Galaxy Book Pro and Pro 360 renders reveal stylish AMOLED-sporting laptops with Thunderbolt 4, optional LTE, 11th Gen Intel CPU, and up to GeForce MX450 dGPU
There have already been some specs leaks for the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro and Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360, but apart from likely following the general design language of other members of the Galaxy Book laptop series, there was no concrete information about what the devices would look like. Now thanks to press renders shared by noted leaker Evan Blass we can have a good look at the Galaxy Book Pro notebooks. Both of the laptops come with Full HD AMOLED screens, while the Pro 360 convertible also has a stylus for enhanced touchscreen operation.
As for color schemes, the regular Galaxy Book Pro comes in a choice of either silver or denim blue, and the Galaxy Book Pro 360 comes in navy blue and a quite fetching gold color. Apparently, there will be 13-inch and 15-inch variants of both Samsung laptops, with 11th Gen Intel chips (i3/i5/i7) being in charge of the main processing duties. While the Intel Iris Xe iGPU will deal with graphics in most cases, there will also be a dGPU option for the larger 15-inch SKUs in the form of the Nvidia GeForce MX450 graphics unit.
Samsung Galaxy Book fans will be pleased about the presence of a Thunderbolt 4 port, and the optional LTE connectivity proves that Samsung has mobility in mind for the Galaxy Book Pro and Pro 360. While the AMOLED screens are bordered by a rather thick “chin” bezel, the side and top bezels are very slender, thus offering plenty of screen real estate for users to enjoy. No prices or release date have been divulged for the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro and Pro 360 yet, although another well-known tech tipster has stated a May launch for new Galaxy Book laptops.