Well-known whistleblower WalkingCat just shared the specifications of two Samsung laptops on Twitter and hinted that the new Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Go products will be available to consumers in May this year. The first is the Galaxy Book Pro, which is said to use Intel’s 11th-generation Core processor, integrated Iris Xe core display onboard NVIDIA MX450 alone.
In terms of appearance, the Galaxy Book Pro (2021) has an optional 13/15-inch FHD AM OLED screen. In addition to supporting Raiden 4, certain models can also be equipped with an LTE cellular mobile network connection module. In terms of software, Samsung has obviously also prepared some exclusive experiences for new products.
As for the Galaxy Book Go, this netbook is equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8CX / 7C mobile processor. The former has LPDDR4X 8GB storage and 256GB UFS storage, while the latter has 4GB storage and 128GB storage.
Samsung will launch two new notebooks in two sizes, 13.3 inches and 15.6-inches. These notebook computers will use OLED panels, which is one of its key selling points. In addition, Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 will also support S Pen. The report further added that the upcoming notebook computers will be equipped with Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors.
In addition, Samsung Galaxy Book Pro will provide Wi-Fi and LTE two models, and Galaxy Book Pro 360 will launch Wi-Fi and 5G versions. At present, the difference between the basic Pro and Pro 360 is unclear, but “360” may represent the hinge mechanism of its screen, which may allow the screen to have a greater range of movement.
Compared with the original Snapdragon 8CX platform, the new model (Gen X) brings 10% CPU and 50% GPU performance improvement. In terms of screen, the machine uses a 14-inch @ FHD resolution specification.