With each passing day and new 2-in-1 reveal, it seems PC manufacturers inch closer in making their flawless Surface Pro clone, however, it looks like Samsung may have just nailed their version as they release renders of its Galaxy Book2.
Underneath the 2-in-1 design is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 mobile chipset. Samsung says that the S Pen has Wacom tech for creators/artists, and when the tablet is connected to a big screen, it can be turned into a Wacom Pad. Though Samsung is touting it to be a PC replacement as well, there are quite a few features that make this Android device much more than a 2-in-1.
The mobile PC also sports an 8MP rear and 5MP front camera, two USB-C ports, and a microSD slot.
He said that as per market research firm GfK, Samsung's share in the top end tablet PC market was 29 percent. Unlike the Surface Pro and other competitors, the Galaxy Book 2 includes the S Pen stylus and keyboard cover. The speakers are tuned by AKG and support Dolby Atmos for surround sound effect. The device will be available on the Samsung Online Shop and off-line retailers as of now.
Samsung Galaxy Book 2: Release date, price and specs
Plus, with Instant On, your device is always on, connected, and ready for you. Similarity extends to the screen, too: the 12-inch AMOLED display uses the same 3:2 aspect ratio as Microsoft does, with a resolution of 2160×1440.
We got a few hours to fiddle around with the new Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 just after the unveiling and while we can't jump to conclusions just yet, we did get a fair idea of what's there in store for the potential buyers.
Samsung has reportedly revealed that the new Galaxy S10 smartphone will come with a notch-free display. Samsung promises an enhanced S Pen experience with 4,096 pressure levels and a pen tip of 0.7mm diameter. The Galaxy Book2 will start from $999.99 and arrives on November 2.
Samsung is working on a batch of new smartphones, including a gaming device, reported Softpedia News.
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