Samsung Galaxy Book might arrive with Windows 10, LTE, S Pen support
An exclusive report by MSPoweruser reveals that an app called Book Settings surfaced by mistake on Microsoft's Windows Store. This way, some details concerning the unreleased Galaxy Book tablet became public.
In addition to Windows 10, 4G LTE, and regular support for S Pen control, the Samsung Galaxy Book is also expected to come with Air Command. To activate this feature, the user needs to hover the stylus over the display and click its button. This can also be done when removing the stylus from its holder, but the Galaxy Book might not feature an integrated S Pen holder. The list of Air Command options includes Smart select, Screen write, and Samsung Notes.
Next to all the above, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Book tablet is rumored to come with Smart Dimming, while the screen modes offered include Photo and Cinema. A recently leaked 10.2-inch Windows tablet by Samsung with model number SM-W627 also features LTE connectivity, so it remains to see if that one and the Galaxy Book are in fact the same device. We will probably find out more next week at MWC, so stay tuned.
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