Recently, Evan Blass said that Samsung will hold a new notebook product launch conference next month. At the event, the South Korean tech giant will uncover the new Galaxy Book Pro / Pro 360 model. At the same time, we can take a look at the appearance of this product.

Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360

The Samsung Galaxy Book Pro / Pro 360 will have 13-inch and 15-inch models. Pro is positioned as a follow-up product of the Galaxy Book Ion series, while the Pro 360 is more similar to the Galaxy Book Flex series.

In terms of configuration, the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro / Pro 360 will sport the 11-generation Core processor and an optional MX450 graphics card. The laptop will use a FHD resolution AMOLED screen.

Prior to this, SamMobile reported that the Galaxy Book Pro will come with Intel Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs and will offer Wi-Fi only and LTE variants.

Samsung Galaxy Book Pro

Moreover, as Walking Cat disclosed, the Galaxy Book Pro will feature a Full HD AMOLED display, 11th Gen. Intel Core i3/i5/i7 CPU variants with Iris Xe graphics, Nvidia GeForce MX450 CPU (exclusive to 15.6-inch version), Thunderbolt 4 port, and optional LTE connectivity. Apart from this, the source said there may be the new version of Samsung Notes, Smart Switch, live wallpapers, Second Screen, and easy pairing with Galaxy devices. It will reportedly be available in Denim Blue and Silver colors.

Interestingly, the Samsung 760XDA model notebook appeared on GeekBench a few days ago. It was packed with up to i7-11800H and RTX 3050 Ti hardware. This notebook is also expected to be released in the near future.

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