Samsung has introduced the Galaxy Book S, a 13.3-inch notebook PC running Windows 10. As lightweight as it is elegant, it promises a runtime of 23 hours thanks to the integration of the Arm version of Windows 10. Compatible 4G, the computer is powered by Snapdragon 8cx engraved in 7 nm. We take stock of its price, its release date, and its technical sheet.
At an Unpacked conference on Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10+, Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Book S, a notebook developed in partnership with Microsoft and Qualcomm. The machine is built around a touch screen of 13.3 inches and is distinguished by its finesse and lightness. It weighs only 960 grams and measures only 6.2 mm.
Official Samsung Galaxy Book S: Windows 10 Arm, 4G and Snapdragon 8CX from Qualcomm
The Galaxy Book S is powered by the Snapdragon 8CX, the first PC platform engraved in 7nm. Entirely dedicated to the PCs Always Connected, the SoC allows Samsung to combine autonomy and power in a particularly fine construction. This system-on-chip is combined with 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM. On the internal storage side, you have the choice between 256 and 512 GB of internal storage.
The major advantage of this laptop is obviously its autonomy announced. Samsung promises up to 23 hours in video playback. The manufacturer also ensures that the Galaxy Book S benefits from graphics performance 80% higher than the previous Galaxy Book of 12 inches released in 2017. In terms of connectivity and network, the terminal has 2 USB Type-C ports, a microSD port (up to 1 TB), Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac VHT80 MU-MIMO) and Bluetooth 5.0. There is also a fingerprint reader compatible with Windows Hello.