A roadmap for Samsung's prospective products for 2021 was recently leaked and on this roadmap, two new devices were sighted (Personal Computers to be precise); the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro and the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360. Today, thanks to renowned leaker Evan Blass, a face - or in this case, an image - can finally be attributed to these much-anticipated devices. According to rumors making the rounds, these devices are expected to launch in an event scheduled for April with no specific date yet.
The devices should arrive in 13 and 15-inch variants each for end users. Both size variants of both devices will also be offering full high definition AMOLED panels.
From the pictures of the devices that got leaked, the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 appears to have a hinge that allows the device to be converted into a tablet sporting a touchscreen that supports the S-Pen. The devices are also rumored to come in two colors; Blue and Silver for the Galaxy Book standard Pro while the Pro 360 should come in Navy Blue and Gold.
Samsung is yet to officially announce these devices, however, multiple leaks claim that the devices will come with an 11th generation Intel processor inside of them (i3/i5/i7) for easy processing of daily tasks and duties. This processor is also rumored to be paired with either integrated graphics or dedicated graphics, being powered by the Intel Iris Xe GPU. For network connectivity, the devices are expected to possess LTE support and Thunderbolt 4.
Certain similarities between the Galaxy Book Flex series and the Galaxy Book Pro 360 can be noted, however, certain factors will make users believe that the Galaxy Book Pro is a successor to the well-known Galaxy Book Ion series.
Other significant details such as release date, market price, and storage capacities still remain unknown and rightfully so as Samsung’s main focus, for now, is apparently on the launch of the Galaxy S21 FE device, scheduled to launch in August this year.
Nonetheless, more details about the Galaxy Book Pro and the Galaxy Book Pro 360 are expected to surface as the days go by, even before their rumored April launch. Meanwhile, the company is still expected to launch new flip smartphones - the Galaxy Z Fold 3 and Z Flip 3, in July.