Together with the Galaxy Note 10 duo, Samsung also released the Galaxy Book S, which is the Galaxy Book 2 successor. The device is an ultra-thin and lightweight computer running on the Snapdragon 855 platform which also offers full-fledged PC experience courtesy Windows 10 OS.
The Samsung Galaxy Book S has a 13.3 inch Full HD touch-screen, Snapdragon 855 chipset paired with 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM and up to 512GB internal storage with support for microSD cards up to 1TB.
A 42Wh battery powers the device up and Samsung promises up to 23 hours of video playback time. This suggests that you can probably easily make it through the day on a single charge under normal usage.
The Galaxy Book S supports the Quick Charge 2.0 and Power Delivery 2.0 standards . When it comes to connectivity, the device does not rely on Wi-Fi all the time as it supports LTE Cal. 18 cellular connection. Unfortunately, though, you’ll have to rely on the single USB-C port as no other interfaces are provided.
The Samsung Galaxy Book S offers a fingerprint reader for security, which supports the Windows Hello feature. All of this is wrapped in a premium anodized aluminum-clad shell weighing just a 0.96 kg. It’s also impressively thin measuring just 11.8mm in height.
From the multimedia angle, the Galaxy Book S packs the AKG-branded loudspeakers and Dolby Atmos tuning. The notebook should arrive in no distance time in selected markets and it will be available in two colors – Mercury Gray and Earthy Gold.