Samsung took the wraps off of the Galaxy Book S, its latest Windows 10 laptop, at its Unpacked event for the Galaxy Note 10 today. Rather than the detachable form factor seen in previous Galaxy Books, Samsung has gone for a traditional, thin and light laptop form here.
The Galaxy Book S is a 13-inch device and is powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8cx chip. The Snapdragon 8cx first made its debut last year, and it’s built to provide much more power than the typical Snapdragon chips that have made the migration from phones to PCs. Gigabit LTE is also on board to keep you connected on the go.
Along with the portability provided by its thin-and-light design, the Galaxy Book S will come with stellar battery life as well. According to Samsung, you can expect to get up to 23 hours of battery life. It’s likely that figure will come up a little shorter in real-world usage, but we’ll have to wait until the device is in the wild to get a full look…
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