The promo image of Samsung’s first-ever “Ultra” laptop has been leaked. The images of the other laptops in the series – the Galaxy Book 3 Pro and the Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360 are also now available thanks to an inside source.
Take a look at it.
Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra
The Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra recently appeared on the Bluetooth SIG certifications website and the imminent launch of the laptop has been confirmed.
Samsung is most likely to launch multiple devices including the Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra laptop at the launch event which is scheduled in the month of February 2023.
Before the launch of Samsung’s first “Ultra” laptop, the Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra, the promo image of the laptop has been leaked.
Samsung has been listing its top-tier products in the list of “Ultra” variants which includes the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra smartphone and the Galaxy Tab S8 Ultra. The Galaxy Book 3 Ultra will be the next in line.
As per the listing on the Bluetooth SIG certifications website, the laptop is going to come in 4 different model numbers— NT960XFH, NT961XFH, NT960XFS, and NT960XFHZ.
The specifications of the laptop are still not available. But from the listing on the Bluetooth SIG Certifications website, it is confirmed that the laptop will operate on Windows 11 operating system and will have the Intel AX210 Wifi 6E driver.
The Intel AX210 Wifi 6E driver will have a maximum speed of 2.4 Gbps and will work with frequency bands of 2.4, 5, and 6 GHz (160MHz). The driver will also have integrated Bluetooth of version 5.3.
Due to the limitation of the Windows 11 operating system, Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra can only support Bluetooth of version 5.1.
The images of the Galaxy Book 3 Pro and the Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360 laptops are also here.
The Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360, as the image suggests, will have S-pen support as well.
There is a great possibility that Samsung might launch the Galaxy Book 3 Pro and the Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360 with the Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra. However, it cannot be confirmed yet.
From the available pictures, it is clear that the laptops will have a thin body design. The devices will only support USB type C connectivity with two USB type -C ports on the left and one on the right side.
On the right side, there is also the charging port and the memory card reader. We can also make out that the device will support a 180-degree fold as well
The laptops will also have a webcam and a small camera unit can be spotted on the device. Although it is difficult to tell which keyboard layout the device will support, it can be assumed that the laptops will have a Chiclet-style keyboard.
More details about the specifications and the design of the laptops will soon be available. Keep following The Tech Outlook for more insights.