Last year, we exclusively reported that Samsung would be launching the Galaxy Book Pro 2 sometime in early 2022. Not too long ago, Samsung’s MWC 2022 teaser indicated that there could be a laptop in the works. Now, we get our first glimpse at the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 2 360 thanks to Giznext.
As you can see in the above images, the Galaxy Book Pro 2 360 will feature a 360-degree hinge, allowing it to double up as a tablet when required. Everything else about its design is standard, including the bezels, keyboard (which also includes a Numpad) and a sizable trackpad.
The report adds that the Galaxy Book Pro 2 360 is expected to reuse its predecessor’s 15.6-inch screen. It’ll be interesting to see its resolution because a 16:9 screen might not cut it in an era when 16:10 and 3:2 laptops are all the rage. S Pen inputs are supported, too.
Unfortunately, only one side of the Galaxy Book Pro 2 360 appears to be visible in the renders. All we can see is a USB Type-C port and a micro SD card reader. The laptop is slated to feature a total of three USB Type-C ports.
Under the hood, we can expect the Galaxy Book Pro 2 360 to pack a 12th-generation Intel Alder Lake processor. Some AMD Ryzen 6000 series options would be nice, too, but we’ll have to wait until MWC 2022 to find out if they exist.
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