Samsung announced earlier this week that it will unveil its next-generation Galaxy Book lineup during its MWC 2022 event. In a separate press release, the company revealed how it will offer an improved experience with its new laptops. The South Korean firm revealed that people are now dependent on their digital devices more than ever, and it has been trying to “redefine the computing experience for the mobile world” for the past two years.
Samsung claims that it reached more PC consumers in more markets than ever before in 2021. The company saw a 63% year-over-year sales growth. In 2022, the company is planning to offer three improvements to its laptop lineup. Next-generation Galaxy Book laptops will reportedly offer seamless integration with Galaxy smartphones, tablets, and wearables. The tech giant has worked with Intel and Microsoft to bring “even more continuity to users as they work, connect, play, and more.”
Although Samsung didn’t reveal the specifications of its upcoming laptops, it is logical to expect them to come powered by Intel’s 12th Generation processors, Thunderbolt 4, and Wi-Fi 6. They will also come with Windows 11 pre-installed along with various Galaxy ecosystem apps. The South Korean firm said that it will offer One UI Book 4 software with its upcoming laptops, offering improved versions of Samsung Gallery and Samsung Notes apps.
Hark-sang Kim, Corporate EVP & Head of New Computing R&D Team, Samsung Electronics, said that Samsung’s new Galaxy Book laptops will also offer improved battery life and better security. With sustainability goals in its mind, Samsung could also use its new and innovative materials in its upcoming laptops.
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