Samsung has introduced a couple of new devices running Windows 10. The company introduced its new Galaxy Book which comes with two different devices: the Galaxy Book 10 and the Galaxy Book 12.
Samsung’s new Galaxy-Book family can be taken as a successor to last year’s Galaxy TabPro S line, as the new devices pack similar features and design. The Galaxy-Book 10 comes with a 10.6-inch display with a resolution of 1920×1280 pixels, while the bigger Galaxy Book 12 packs a 12-inch Super AMOLED HDR display.
According to the PC World, The two Galaxy-Books slide nicely into Samsung’s mobile productivity story—a narrative that’s missing the Note7 flagship phone, certainly the most useful phone in the world before it fizzled and died.
The device also comes with LTE connectivity and Samsung’s S Pen. With the S Pen, that enables drawing anything on the Galaxy-Book using Windows 10’s built-in Windows Ink feature.
Samsung will have optional LTE versions of both Galaxy-Book sizes. The 10.6-inch tablet comes with 4GB of RAM, and either 64GB or 128GB SSDs. The 12-inch version has two memory options: 4GB RAM paired with a 128GB SSD or 8GB RAM with a 256GB SSD. And all versions come with microSD support for another 256GB of storage, as well as fast-charging batteries