Samsung announced a new Samsungs Galaxy Book 3 lineup alongside the Galaxy S smartphone series at the Unpacked event, and this Korean firm introduces cross-device connectivity with new features. Samsung confirmed the Galaxy Book 3 would be available on February 1, and today this laptop variant comes in India.
There are Samsung Galaxy Book 3 variants, including the Galaxy Book 3 360, the Galaxy Book 3 Pro, and the Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360. They will use 13th Gen Intel Core processors, but some models will use the i5 CPU while others get the i7. The laptops will have some sizes, including 13.3 inches to 14, 15.6, and 16 inches.
Samsung confirmed the prices for all the storage variants and configurations. As you may know, Samsung’s new Galaxy Book 3 laptops are different from other Windows notebooks and ultrabooks because the device will have cross-device features for Galaxy smartphone users, and they support 120Hz Dynamic AMOLED 2X displays.
The most interesting feature is the Galaxy Book 3 characteristics that will allow users to control Galaxy phones and tablets running One UI 5.1. They can work on both devices at the same time to drag and drop files. Multi Control and Link to Windows also offer better connectivity between their Galaxy smartphones and PCs.
Samsung also offers the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra at Unpacked, which joined with RTX 4000-series GPU, but pricing and availability details for India are presently unknown, and it’s unclear if this model will be released in the country.