Samsung’s new laptops promise a huge improvement over previous models, including the use of the latest 13th-generation Intel chipset and NVIDIA RTX 4000 Mobile graphics.
It’s now been almost a year since Samsung released its Galaxy Book 2, its ultra-thin laptop, and a few months later we had the chance to test the Galaxy Book 2 Pro. Unsurprisingly, a new generation is preparing to enter the market, and we already know all about it thanks to 91mobiles.
A total of five PCs will arrive on February 1, the same day as the Galaxy S23 launch. We already know the data sheets for two of them: the Galaxy Book 3 Pro and Galaxy Book 3 Ultra.
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What is the spec sheet for Samsung laptops for 2023?
The Galaxy Book 3 Pro is apparently powered by the latest 13th generation chipsets from Intel, Core i5-1340P and Core i7-1360P. There will be a 3K AMOLED screen, and two screen sizes of 14 and 16 inches. The processor will be supported by an integrated Intel Iris Xe graphics card, 16GB of DDR5 RAM and up to 1TB of storage.--
The 14-inch model will come with a 63-Wh battery, while the 16-inch version will have a 76-Wh battery. Both will get a 65W AC adapter, and measure just 11mm and 13mm, respectively, at 1.2 and 1.6kg. So we are dealing with a very thin and lightweight computer.-
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For its part, the Galaxy Book 3 Ultra is clearly much more powerful. It is powered by Core i9-13900H, up to 32GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. This time, we find a dedicated graphics card, the new mobile RTX 4070. As for the screen, we are still on a 3K AMOLED panel (2880 x 1800 pixels) with a single screen size this time: 16 inches.
Obviously, the beast takes up a little more space. The laptop is 17mm thick for 1.8kg, and has a 76Wh battery. However, this model comes with a 136W charger and four AKG speakers. It remains to be seen what prices they will offer us.