The Samsung Galaxy Book Series has got new models. In its third generation, the Samsung Galaxy Book3 Series has three models and they are the Galaxy Book3 Ultra, Galaxy Book3 Pro 360, and Galaxy Book3 Pro.
I can’t help but think that Samsung places way too much emphasis on naming and it feels like, even at this point, the company is undecided about the naming and target market. It is confusing. But that’s just me.
Anyhoo, the new Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 is a 2-in-1 convertible (hence the 360 in the product name) with S Pen functionality, while the Galaxy Book3 Pro is a thin and light, clamshell portable with mobility in mind and the Ultra is its “new premium PC” that offers “ultra-high-performance computing.”
Whichever model you chose, it aims to deliver the most seamless Samsung Galaxy Connected experience yet through features like Link to Windows/Microsoft Phone Link, Instant Hotspot, Samsung Multi Control, Second Screen, and more.
Under the hood, expect the lasts and fastest hardware, including the latest 13th Gen Intel Core i7/i9 (Intel EVO) processor and NVIDIA RTX GeForce 4050 or 4070 Laptop GPU on the Ultra, and for the first time on laptops, Dynamic AMOLED 2X Display.
The displays offer 3K (2,880 x 1,800) resolution, adaptive 120 Hz refresh rate, VESA ClearMR, DisplayHDR TRUE BLACK 500 certified, and SGS Eye Care Display certification.
The Samsung Galaxy Book3 is available in 16-inch in Graphite finish, the Galaxy Book3 Pro is offered in 14- and 16-inch in a choice of Graphite and Beige finishes, and the Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 comes in 16-inch only but with 5G connectivity options and also in a choice of Graphite and Beige finishes.
Not confused already yet? Well, the Galaxy Book3 Pro and Pro 360 will be coming onto the market starting February 17 and the Ultra starting on February 22.
Pricing for the new Galaxy Book3 Series starts at US$1,449.99. You may pre-order the Samsung Galaxy Book3 Pro and Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 HERE. Early access for the Book3 Ultra is also available HERE. Before you go, skip ahead for a quick rundown of the specifications from the official infographics.
All images courtesy of Samsung.