In case you’ve missed this week’s sighting of the Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360, we have some more renders for you to enjoy. They’re said to depict not just those two devices, but also a brand-new Galaxy Book model. Plus, they’re as official-looking as computer-generated imagery gets.
That last part shouldn’t come as a surprise, given how the source of this scoop is known industry insider Evan Blass, better known by his online handle @evleaks.
Given what we’ve seen from previous leaks and certifications, there are several things of note here, starting with the connectivity features. Namely, Samsung appears to have improved those quite a bit and at least one Galaxy Book Pro 360 variant will ostensibly sport two USB-C ports, one USB-A slot, and an HDMI connector.
The Galaxy Book Pro, meanwhile, is only missing that USB-A option from the equation. And while it wasn’t included in today’s batch of leaked product renders, the Galaxy Book Go that’s also expected to arrive as part of this notebook series was previously rumored to feature dual USB-C ports.
That particular model is also said to be the only one to feature an Arm-based Snapdragon system-on-a-chip from Qualcomm, The rest of this year’s Galaxy Book lineup should instead utilize Intel’s 11th-gen CPUs.
Samsung’s been giving out a not-so-subtle hints about something big happening on the 28th, so it’s safe to assume that’s the day we’ll finally learn everything there is to know about its 2021 Windows laptops. Perhaps this move even signals a more serious commitment to the ultrabook segment from the Korean tech giant, but let’s not get our hopes up just yet. Especially given how neither the Galaxy Book Pro 360, nor the Galaxy Book Go are likely to go for anything below a four-digit premium, no matter the currency.