Samsung Galaxy Book Renders And Specs Leaked Ahead of April 28 Unpacked Launch

The Galaxy Book base model is expected to feature a 15-inch display and it might be powered by 11th Gen Intel Core i7 processor.

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We are aware of the fact that Samsung is hosting its next Galaxy Unpacked event on April 28th. The company confirmed the event details today morning by releasing a new video on its official YouTube channel. The Korean smartphone maker even mentioned that it will be announcing the “The most powerful Galaxy yet” at its April 28th event. The teaser revealed by Samsung isn’t about the new Galaxy phone, but about the new laptops, the company is prepping up for the launch. Samsung is expected to announce the Galaxy Book Pro and the Galaxy Book Pro on April 28th.

These two laptops are in the news from the last several weeks. In fact, we even saw the renders and specs of the Galaxy Book Pro and the Galaxy Book Pro courtesy of Evan Blass. Now, Evan Blass is back again with the new details of yet another laptop, which Samsung plans to launch on April 28th. This new laptop is referred to as the base Galaxy Book model. With this, we can conclude that Samsung will be releasing four laptops now in total – the Galaxy Book, Galaxy Book Pro, Galaxy Book Pro 360, and the Galaxy Book Go at its upcoming event. Let’s check what the Galaxy Book will offer:

Samsung Galaxy Book Details Revealed:

The Galaxy Book base model will only ship in a single size option and will even be offered in one colour finish. It is expected to feature a 15-inch display that might offer Full HD resolution. Powering this base variant could be the 11th Gen Intel Core i7 processor. The battery on the laptop is rumoured to offer 17 hours of runtime. Like the Galaxy Book Pro and the Galaxy Book Pro 360, this base variant will run Windows 10 Home. As far as the pricing of the Galaxy Book go, it might cost under $ 1,000. The other details of this laptop such as the connectivity, storage, and RAM options do remain a mystery at the moment.

Moving onto the details about the Galaxy Book Pro and the Galaxy Book Pro 360, they are expected to launch in two sizes: 13-inch and 15-inch. The Galaxy Book Pro is said to debut in the Silver and Blue colour option. It is claimed to offer a 20 hours battery life, and it might even include an optional 5G support. The Galaxy Book Pro is supposed to ship with 512GB SSD storage. The laptop is also tipped to come with a larger trackpad, a fingerprint reader, a USB Type-A port, and a headphone jack. As far as the details of the Galaxy Book Pro 360 go, it might launch in either Navy or Gold colour option.

The Galaxy Book Pro 360 might be powered by an 11th Gen Intel Core processor. It might be pack 16GB of RAM, and 1TB of storage. It is expected to offer 20 hours of battery usage per charge. This higher-end model is supposed to start at over $ 1,000, and it will be shipping from May onwards. Samsung is also expected to announce the Galaxy Book Go as well at the April 28th event.

The Galaxy Book Go is rumoured to sport a 14-inch Full HD display, and it might launch in two different processor configurations – one with Snapdragon  Snapdragon 7c chipset and the other model might pack Snapdragon 8cx Gen X chipset. The higher-end Galaxy Book model might pack 8GB LPDDR4x RAM and 256 GB UFS storage. The Galaxy book Go was even certified by FCC, and Bluetooth SIG a few days ago. This upcoming Notebook is expected to offer 34.5W fast-charging support and Bluetooth 5.1 as revealed by the certifications.

We should get to learn more details like the official pricing and specifications of these laptops, when Samsung announces them on April 28th.


Onkar is an Engineer by profession and an ardent smartphone geek. He is associated with MySmartPrice since 2016. He is an expert at scouring the interweb for smartphone leaks. Onkar has a knack for finding out leaks about smartphones and other devices from the internet's deep dark web. He has previously worked as a contributor for AndroidSpin. He is trying hard to turn the entire team into leak mongers, but it is not turning out the way he wants.

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