The Samsung Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 specifications have been leaked, as have the screen sizes for the numerous laptops that will be joining the Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 at the ironically packed Unpacked event. The Galaxy Book3, Galaxy Book3 Pro, Galaxy Book3 360, and Galaxy Book3 Ultra are all expected to make an appearance.
As if Samsung wasn’t already preparing enough for the February 1 Galaxy Unpacked event with the Galaxy S23 smartphone series, there will also be quite a range of Galaxy Book laptops on show, with five SKUs from the Galaxy Book3 family to be launched along with the Samsung Galaxy Book2 Go series. We have reported on a leak concerning the Galaxy Book3 range in the past, and it seems the details contained in it were accurate. A report from MySmartPrice, with assistance from noted leaker Ishan Agarwal, has seemingly confirmed that Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Book3, Galaxy Book3 Pro, Galaxy Book3 360, Galaxy Book3 Pro 360, and the Galaxy Book3 Ultra.
There are scant details on offer for four out of the five laptops, with the source only providing available display sizes for the time being. So, the Galaxy Book3 and Galaxy Book3 360 will come in 15-inch forms while the Galaxy Book3 Pro will offer users a choice of either a 14-inch or 16-inch display. As for the Samsung Galaxy Book3 Ultra and Book3 Pro 360, these will come in the larger 16-inch forms only. Fortunately, full specifications are given for the 2-in-1 Samsung Galaxy Book3 Pro 360, and it appears to be a shortlist of useful upgrades in comparison to the current Galaxy Book2 Pro 360 convertible.
Therefore, the predecessor’s Alder Lake chip gets boosted to either an Intel Core i5-1340P or i7-1360P (both with Iris Xe graphics), and as mentioned above the screen is lengthened to 16 inches from a previous maximum of 15.6 inches. The Samsung Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 will also offer up to 16 GB DDR5 RAM, up to 1 TB NVMe PCIE Gen4 SSD, a 76-Whr battery, 65 W charging support, and it will supposedly come with an S-Pen in the box. The Galaxy Book3 Pro 360, which should dazzle with a Super AMOLED panel (2880×1800 resolution), will apparently weigh just 1.6 kg and be 13 mm thick. In addition, the Windows 11 laptop will reportedly be fitted with quad speakers that have been optimized by AKG.
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Daniel R Deakin, 2023-01-17 (Update: 2023-01-17)