03 June 2021
UPDATE (April 15th, 2021):
The alleged Samsung Galaxy Book Pro has surfaced in a couple of new images. These real-life images have been spotted on a SafetyKorea certification website and spotted by 91Mobiles. One can notice that the notebook has pretty slim bezels and a relatively bigger touchpad. The overall appearance is similar to the renders that we have seen in the past.
UPDATE (March 22nd, 2021):
Evan Blass, a reliable tipster, has shared Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 renders. These images give us a good look at the upcoming laptops' design and appearances. The standard Galaxy Book Pro is a traditional laptop and looks exactly like that. As for the Pro 360 model, it is a2-in-1 convertible offering with S Pen stylus support. The leak further mentions specifications but those simply corroborate what we reported in the original coverage.
Original (February 18th, 2021)
Samsung has at least three Galaxy Book series notebooks lined up for release. These are tipped to be called Galaxy Book Pro, Galaxy Book Pro 360, and Galaxy Book Go. All of these will be aimed at different price points for specifications and features in accordance with the price group. Let's see what the rumor mill has to say about each of these.
The Samsung Galaxy Book Pro series will be a premium offering packed with high-end specifications and features. These will be available in 13-inch and 15-inch AMOLED display size options with Full HD resolution. There will be up to 11th Gen Intel Core i3, Core i5, and Core i7 processors. The graphics card options will include Intel Iris Xe and NVIDIA MX450.
There will be Thunderbolt 4 connectivity along with an option to get a 4G LTE variant as well. Samsung will also offer a number of software-related features like 2nd screen, Samsung Notes, Easy Pairing, SmartThings, Smart Switch, Live Wallpaper, Samsung DeX, and Link to Windows.
The Galaxy Book Go will be an affordable option for those who want to get things done on the go. It will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8cx processor which is claimed to be the fastest Qualcomm processor ever in a Galaxy Book. However, it will also have an option with the Snapdragon 7c chipset.
The two variants will offer 4GB/256GB and 4GB/128GB configuration options respectively. It will be LPDDR4X RAM and UFS storage standards. The display panel on the Galaxy Book Go with 14-inch with Full HD resolution. All of these different models are expected to go official sometime around May 2021.