At MWC 2022, Samsung has uneiled two of it’s latest laptops with the Galaxy Book2 Pro and the Galaxy Book2 Pro 360.
Both of the new Galaxy Book models share similar specs, each come with either a 13.3-inch or 15.6-inch AMOLED display. The screen resolution on both display size is Full HD (i.e 1920 x 1080).
Powering the new Galaxy Book2 is the 12-th Gen Intel processors with options including an i3, i5 and i7 as well as Intel Iris Xe graphics on the higher end models.
Samsung is claiming up to 21 hours of battery life on the new Galaxy Book2 models but that can vary depending on usage.
Storage is a 1TB NVMe SSD along with up to 32GB of LPDDR5 RAM. All models feature a fingerprint sensor on the power button, Wi-Fi 6E support, Blueooth 5.1 and are running Windows 11.
In some markets, Samsung will be offering 5G versions of the Galaxy Book2 Pro.
The main difference between the Galaxy Book2 Pro and the Galaxy Book2 Pro 360 is that the 360 model can fold back and includes a S Pen.
For ports on the Pro, there’s one Thunderbolt 4, one USB-C, one USB 3.2, microSD card slot and a headphone jack. The 15-inch Pro adds a HDMI port.
The Pro 360’s ports has one Thunderbolt 4, two USB-C, microSD card slot and a headphone jack.
Colour options for the Pro 360 include Silver, Graphite and Burgundy. The Pro gets just Silver and Graphite options.
The Galaxy Book2 Pro starts at $1,599 CAD for the 15.6-inch model with a 256GB SSD.
The Book2 Pro 360 starts at $1,469 CAD for the 13.3-inch/256GB model with an i5 or i7. The 516GB Pro 360 model starts at $1,729 CAD paired with an i5.
The Galaxy Book2 series launches on April 1st, with pre-orders available on March 18th.