Samsung released in the past on a Windows tablet Galaxy Book – in May 2017, an answer to turn tablets like the Microsoft Surface Pro. Now the company revealed the Galaxy Book2, with better image, improved processor and cooked in the X20 LTE connectivity. And the battery should be good for a full days.
LTE support comes courtesy of a Snapdragon is 850 Mobile system-on-chip integrated X20 LTE modem. In Book2 launches on AT&T, Sprint and Verizon, this means that you will need a data plan from one of them to take advantage of the profit on this step. The Snapdragon SoC also treats users to the four Kryo 385 nuclear 2.96 GHz four at 1.7 GHz, as well as the adrenal 630 GPU.
There is a 12 inch, 2160 x 1440 resolution AMOLED display in front of a reserve in the audio department by AKG tuned stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos support. Video chats provides 5 MP camera above the display, while the 8 MP camera at the back takes care of stills and video. System memory comes in 4 GB, storage 128 GB (plus microSD expansion) and a physical keyboard/press coverage hybrid the S Pen comes included in the box.
Samsung didn’t mention Bluetooth, but there is 802.11 ac Wi-Fi and cabled connection forms two USB-C ports. There are 3.5 mm audio jack to connect the headphones also.
Battery life is reported good for up to 20 hours between charges, depending on how it is used, with Fast shipping this means you won’t have to spend too long connected to the wall outlet.
Samsung Galaxy Book2 go on sale from November 2 US$999.99.
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