The new Galaxy Books from Samsung come into variants, including a 10.6- and 12-inch model. The 10.6-inch model features a 1980×1280-pixel resolution display, and the 12-inch model features a 2160×1440-pixel HDR AMOLED display. Both of these devices run Intel’s 7th Gen Core processors. The 10.6-inch model runs on a Core m3 (2.6GHz) processor, while the 12-inch model packs a Core i5 (3.1GHz), formerly known as Core m5, processor.

Samsung Galaxy Book tech specs

Along with pretty pixels, including High Dynamic Range (HDR) support and great color saturation for the 12-inch model, the new Samsung Galaxy Book tablets offer a great typing experience with the detachable Pogo keyboard. In addition, there is a new S Pen that has been improved with support for over 4000 levels of pressure sensitivity. It also has a rubber 0.7mm tip, and never needs to be charged. At this point Samsung is not sharing pricing or release date of the new Galaxy Books, but unlike the Surface devices, both the keyboard and pen come included with the Galaxy Book. All content on this site is provided with no warranties, express or implied. Use any information at your own risk. Always backup of your device and files before making any changes. Privacy policy info.