Samsung Galaxy Book Pro and Pro 360 may be introduced very soon.
A roadmap leaked last week revealed Samsung’s planned product rollout in the next few months.
With our main focus on the Galaxy S21 FE, scheduled for the third quarter of the year, the PC Unpacked event could also take place next month.
Sharing the original roadmap, Evan Blass announced that two new products will be introduced next month; Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360.
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As evident from the naming, the difference between the two models is very simple. Galaxy Book Pro is a simple laptop and successor to the Galaxy Book Ion. Galaxy Pro 360, on the other hand, comes with a 360-degree hinge and it turns over to a Windows-based tablet. It is similar to the Galaxy Book Flex in design.
Unlike Evan Blass, WalkingCat also mentions a third model. The model in question, the Samsung Galaxy Book Go, comes with Qualcomm’s 8CX and 7C processors, according to the leak.
The high-end model offers 8CX processor, 8 GB RAM and 256 GB UFS SSD storage, while the affordable model is expected to offer 7C processor, 4GB RAM and 128 GB UFS SSD storage.
WalkingCat also stated that Galaxy Book Pro and Go will be released in May. It should be noted that this date is a bit more delayed compared to the road map shared by Blass.
Finally, let’s point out that we will have to wait a while to see whether Samsung will introduce any Chrome OS-based devices to accompany these Windows machines.