Presents the Samsung Galaxy Book 2. Now here is Qualcomm instead of Intel

Last year Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Book, which had Super AMOLED screens, Intel Core m3 or Core i5-7200U and is running Windows 10.

Today Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Book 2, only it is now slightly different device. The concept is preserved: it is a slim tablet with the ability to connect a proprietary keyboard that works with Windows 10. Only now there is a CPU installed Intel SoC Snapdragon 850. Who do not know, this is the same Snapdragon 845, only slightly dispersed and focused solely on the here such here PC, of category, Always Connected PC.

The modification is now only one. It has 12-inch screen Super AMOLED with a resolution of 2160 x 1440 pixels, Snapdragon X20 modem, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB storage, camera 8 and 5 MP, a couple of USB-C, a microSD slot, a fingerprint scanner, all the adapters of wireless interfaces, the stylus S Pen and case with keyboard, focus, included (!), as well as the autonomy of 20 hours. The latter is achieved due to less energy relative to the Intel platform, but will have to sacrifice performance.

Dimensions of new items is of 287, 5 x to 200, 4 x 7.62 mm weight 793 g Price — 1000 dollars.

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