Even as the South Korean technology giant Samsung has been busy with the launch of its Galaxy Note 10 and the Galaxy Watch Active 2, the company appears to have a Windows laptop too on its launch agenda. This information has come through some of the certification sites like Bluetooth SIG and benchmarking platforms like Geekbench. The laptop may be called the Samsung Galaxy Book S. The latest is a tweet which has carried a render of the proposed laptop, though it reveals very little to report about.
What is Seen from the Render?
As mentioned, there is very little that can be made out from the render of the laptop shared in this tweet. It is definitely thin and the image is a side view of the device. You can see a port at the end where you usually have the power cord inserted in a round hole. Next to it appears to be a port for a USB Type-C connector. You can’t spot any other port on this visible side of this laptop’s image. There may be ports included on the back or the opposite side of this supposedly Samsung Galaxy Book S.
Windows 10 will be the OS on this Laptop
There is another leaked image appears to have been clicked from the top in an open condition. The keyboard is a giveaway with the Windows key. There is also the power button on the top right corner suggesting there could be a fingerprint scanner beneath that. Among other specs revealed through the Geekbench listing, the CPU is likely to be the Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 SoC and the RAM will be 8 GB.
Apart from the above, there’s very little that can be shared at the moment as far as this proposed laptop is concerned. Details like when the device will be launched and what its pricing could be etc. are still to be revealed. Some analysts believe it could be in November. The predecessor, the Galaxy Book 2 got released in November last year and that is being used as the basis to make this prediction.
Await more information if you are keen on this laptop from Samsung.
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