Back in February, at the MWC, Samsung introduced the Galaxy Book, a 2-in-1 convertible, running either Windows 10 or Android, as a response to Microsoft’s Surface Pro line-up. And finally, after a long wait, the South Korean manufacturer finally gave us more details about the device’s availability and pricing options!
As you probably know, the Galaxy Book is available in two sizes, with a 10.6″ or a 12.0″ display. And it seems that the former will be available just with Wi-Fi and a price tag of $629.99. You can pre-order it starting with tomorrow, April 21, at Samsung’s online store or selected retailers, like Best Buy. Also, the 2-in-1 will start hitting the shelves on May 21.
Moving on to the 12-inch version, it will be priced at $1,129.99, while the pre-order and the actual availability date will be the same: April 21 and May 21.
If you also want LTE connectivity for your Samsung Galaxy Book, we have some bad news: just the 12.0″ version will have it. As a side note, Verizon will also offer a stock keeping unit, starting with April 21, at $1,299.99.
Spec-wise, the smaller 10.6″ version is powered by an Intel Core m3 processor, alongside 4GB of RAM, TFT touchscreen and a 30.4Wh battery. On the other side, its bigger brother will feature a Super AMOLED panel, with a bigger resolution, as well as a Core i5 chip under the hood, aided by up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage. Finally, the battery is expected to have a capacity of 39.04Wh.