Samsung will demonstrate the Galaxy Book3 Pro at the "Unpacked" event on February 1st, utilizing the opportunity to see the new Galaxy S23. This means that we currently do not have any official information, but thanks to a recent leak we have been able to learn more about the Galaxy Book2 Pro's main features.
Samsung will raise the bar with this new generation of laptops, although we don't know if it will continue to use aluminum and plastic, or whether it will instead opt for a more premium finish (aluminum-magnesium alloy throughout the chassis), for example.
The two versions of the Galaxy Book3 Pro will have a number of basic features on their hardware:
- AMOLED screen with a resolution of 2,880 x 1,800 pixels.
- DDR5 memory.
- PCIe Gen4 NVMe SSD storage drives.
- Intel Core Gen13 P-series processors.
The Galaxy Book3 Pro will have 16 GB of DDR5 memory, a 1 TB PCIe Gen4 SSD, and a Intel Core i7-1360P processor, giving us a total of 12 cores and 16 threads.
The graphics processor will be Intel Iris Xe Gen12, which includes 96 execution units and is compatible with DirectX 112.1, and can handle multimedia content at high resolutions without any problems. The 14-inch Galaxy Book3 Pro has a 63 Wh, while the 16-inch model has a slightly larger 75 Wh.
The Galaxy Book3 Pro series will have next-generation components capable of providing excellent performance, but they are also aimed at a specific user profile, one who is constantly on the move and who requires light equipment with excellent autonomy and performance.