Apart from the Galaxy Book Go, which received its certifications earlier today, Samsung will also launch the Galaxy Book Pro and the Galaxy Book Pro 360. The two laptops first leaked three months ago, and we exclusively confirmed that they feature the South Korean firm's OLED 90Hz screens and an S Pen. Now, the laptops have passed the necessary certifications processes, inching closer to their launch.
The Galaxy Book Pro and the Galaxy Book Pro 360 passed through SafetyKorea's certification process earlier today, which means they could be launched soon. The documents also reveal the live images of Samsung's upcoming laptops. Both devices seem to feature full-sized keyboards, complete with a number pad, and a large trackpad. The first image reveals the Galaxy Book Pro's white-colored variant, while the second image shows the Galaxy Book Pro 360 in silver.
Both Windows 10 laptops will be available in two sizes: 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch. Their designs were leaked last month. The Galaxy Book Pro 360 will feature a 360-degree hinge and a convertible form factor, while the Galaxy Book Pro is expected to have a conventional form factor. Both laptops are rumored to use 11th Gen. Intel Core i3/i5/i7 processors with Intel Iris Xe GPU, LPDDR4X RAM, and SSD storage. The 15.6-inch version of the Galaxy Book Pro will also come in a variant with a dedicated Nvidia GeForce MX450 GPU.
The Galaxy Book Pro will be available in Wi-Fi-only and LTE models, while the Galaxy Book Pro 360 will be available in Wi-Fi-only and 5G variants. According to a previous leak, both laptops will have a Thunderbolt 4 port and various Samsung-exclusive features such as Samsung Notes, Smart Switch, SmartThings, Samsung DeX, Second Screen, and Link to Windows. They will also reportedly feature Live Wallpapers and easy Pairing with Galaxy devices.