Samsung has finally confirmed a release date and price point for the Galaxy Book convertible tablet, unveiled at the 2017 Mobile World Congress .
Samsung first unveiled its Samsung Galaxy Book 2 in 1 devices a Windows 10 at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona . The company finally confirmed available for purchase or pre-order in the United States. The official release and ship date is May 21.
Samsung Galaxy Book 2 in 1 devices Features and Specification
The Galaxy Book is available in two sizes 10.6-inch and 12-inch, which start at US$630 and $1,130, respectively. Verizon’s 12-inch LTE version retails for $1,300. The first is Wi-Fi only and can be bought at Samsung’s online store and select retailers, including Best Buy, starting from $629.99 for the 4GB RAM + 64 GB storage version. There’s also a variant with 128 GB eMMC, and the device has a microSD slot that can give you up to 256 GB extra storage.
Samsung Flow connects the Galaxy Book and your Samsung smartphone¹ with a touch. Share files wirelessly, even without WiFi. Plus, receive and respond to notifications from third party² and native apps.
The Galaxy Book delivers cinematic vividness, detail and deep contrast on a screen that fits in your hands. The Galaxy Book’s screen has 1,920 x 1,280 resolution on the 10.6-inch display. And a more impressive 2,160 x 1,440 on the 12-inch model. The smaller version comes with a 7th-generation Intel Core m3 processor. 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of built-in storage. The larger Galaxy Book has an Intel Core i5 processor, up to 8 GB of RAM and 256 GB storage.
Samsung Galaxy Book 2 in 1 devices Prices
The version with a SIM card slot starts from $1.299,99 while the Wi-Fi only is a tad cheaper – $1.129,99. The bigger device is also more powerful – while an Intel Core i5 7200 U processor ticks in the 12” Galaxy Book, the 10.6” one has an Intel Core m3 chipset.