Samsung revealed a host of devices and partnerships at their Galaxy Unpacked 2019 event. These include the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+, Watch Active2, Tab S6, Book S and a new partnership with Microsoft.
The partnership with Microsoft will see both companies work to deliver unified experiences across mobile devices for consumers. An example is the seamless cross device experience on the Galaxy Note10 and Note10+ and the new Galaxy Book S.
Samsung worked with Microsoft and Qualcomm to deliver what it describes “ushers in a new era of mobile computing. A device that harnesses the mobility and connectivity of a smartphone and the powerful productivity of a PC.”
Galaxy Book S Specification
|Operating System||Windows 10 Home or Pro|
|Display||13.3’’ FHD TFT (16:9) 10-point multi-touch screen|
|Processor||Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx 7nm 64-bit Octa-core |
processor (Max. 2.84 GHz + 1.8GHz)
|RAM||8GB RAM (LPDDR4X)|
|Storage||256/512GB + MicroSD slot (up to 1TB)|
|Network||LTE Cat.18, Nano SIM|
|Others||Fingerprint Sensor, Backlit Keyboard, USB Type-C, |
Battery life up to 23 hours
It comes with built-in LTE connectivity which will offer an always-connected pc. Samsung says it comes with “a powerhouse battery life” which should last a whole day. It estimates 23 hours of video playback. This can translate into about 12 – 14 hours of other heavy productive work.
Spotting an ultra-slim, lightweight design in a premium anodized aluminum frame the PC is protected against hazards says Samsung. It uses Qualcomm’s latest mobile processor to combines performance and battery life. An upgrade of the earlier released Galaxy Book2 PC.
Samsung says it will be out by October 2019. hopefully it makes it out onto the Middle East Africa market.
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