Samsung Galaxy Book2 arrives with Snapdragon 850 and Gigabit LTE


The new Galaxy Book 2 Samsung's latest attempt to nail the 2-in-1 device.

Samsung first introduced the Galaxy Book 2-in-1 hybrid laptop in February 2017 with both a 10.6- and 12-inch model.

At an event in New York City, Samsung SVP of product marketing Alanna Cotton hyped the Galaxy Book 2's LTE connectivity and battery life, which she referred to as "multi-workday".

A version of Samsung Experience 10, which runs on Android Pie, was recently leaked online and appears to show a fully redesigned and more round look. It has a standalone mode in which you can get a PC like experience even without a monitor or keyboard, according to the company.

Moreover, Galaxy Tab S4 customers on Jio 4G, would be entitled to get instant cashback of Rs 2,750 on recharging with Rs 198 or Rs 299 plan. Typical of Samsung's Windows devices, the Galaxy Book 2 comes in a fairly bland silver.

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As far as using the under-display technology in its next flagship device- Samsung Galaxy S10- is concerned, the tech world seems to be divided on the possibility. In order to increase the productivity, Samsung has also added a keyboard and S Pen. Today, we get the second-generation Galaxy Book2, and it sees a switch away from Intel. One has to wonder, however, how big of a bottleneck the 4GB of RAM will be. The storage option launched in India is 64GB variant with support for microSD card up to 256GB.

As an introductory offer, you can buy the device and get Rs 5000 cashback on HDFC Bank Credit Cards, and EMI on HDFC Bank Debit Cards and Consumer Durable Loans. The device has fast charging capability.

Here's everything you need to know about the Galaxy Book 2 including its release date, price and specs. Including Dolby Atmos and speakers tuned by AKG for true-to-life audio quality. At up to 20 hours, it's nearly double the first Galaxy Book. It's notable that those accessories come in the box, as one of Samsung's primary Windows competitors in this form factor, Microsoft's Surface Pro, sells the pen and keyboard separately.

Again, we'll have to wait for United Kingdom information but in the U.S. you can buy the device online at AT&T, Microsoft and Samsung from the above release date.