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Samsung Galaxy Book 2 launched in Brazil at $835 starting price

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Last updated: December 9th, 2022 at 08:31 UTC+01:00

Samsung has officially launched the Galaxy Book 2 notebook in Brazil. The Galaxy Book 2 now joins the already existing Galaxy Book 2 360 and Galaxy Book 2 Pro models, which were launched in the country in August this year. The company has launched the Galaxy Book 2 in two color variants: silver and graphite.

Galaxy Book 2 runs Windows 11 and features Intel 12th-gen processors

Speaking of specs, the Samsung Galaxy Book 2 runs Windows 11 and is powered by Intel‘s 12th-gen processors. Interested customers in Brazil can purchase this notebook from the official Samsung website or visit a Samsung shop near them. The Galaxy Book 2's Intel Core i3 variant with a 256GB SSD is priced at R$4,399 (approx. $835), while the Core i7 version with a 512GB SSD is available for R$7,099 (approx. $1,350) in the country.

The Galaxy Book 2 is optimized for a better experience on video calls, presentations, and remote conferences. It comes with the “Auto Framing” feature that tracks your face and frames it in a portrait view. You also get an elevated sound experience, thanks to Dolby ATMOS technology, and with a dual-array microphone arrangement and intelligent noise cancellation on both sides, you also get clearer sound over calls.

Other features of the Samsung Galaxy Book 2 include Wi-Fi 6E, up to 32 GB of RAM, and storage space of up to 1 TB. It has two USB Type A and Type-C ports, an HDMI port, and a microSD card slot. For complete information on this announcement, you can check out the official Samsung blog.

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