Last year, Samsung unveiled the Windows-powered Galaxy Book 2, and now it seems they are getting ready to add another device to the lineup known as Samsung Galaxy Book S.
Official press renders of the Samsung Galaxy Book S have been leaked by a reliable leakster, Evan Blass revealing its design.
Unlike the Galaxy Book 2 which was a 2-in-1 device, the Galaxy Book S is a regular laptop having a keyboard attached. It has a display with slim bezels on three sides, and there is also a camera above the screen for video calls.
The Samsung Galaxy Book S renders reveals a single USB-C port on the left side of the laptop which is accompanied by what could either be a headphone jack or a port for power input.
A Samsung device which is said to be the Galaxy Book S was spotted on Geekbench having features like Windows 10, Snapdragon 855, and 8GB RAM. There is no word from the brand about the Galaxy Book S, but we may see it go official next week during the Galaxy Note 10 event.