After the launch of the new Galaxy S21, A52 and A72 series phones at the beginning of the year, Samsung is preparing for another Galaxy Unpacked event. It is scheduled for Wednesday, April 28, and the main point is the launch of the “most powerful Galaxy device”.
What does Samsung want to offer? The leaks indicate it could be laptops – Galaxy Book Pro a Galaxy Book Pro 360. On the contrary, we don’t expect Koreans to introduce any phones this time.
April Samsung Unpacked
The advertisement shows the delivery of the courier service transporting the parcel. While driving on the streets of the big city, strange things happen – lights go on, devices perform overheating, alarms for parked cars go off. The box, from which the blue light shines, finally reaches the addressee.
… but we have to wait for the unpacking:
Practically no hardware parameters can be read from the poor-quality images published by the certification authority. According to the Windows key, it can be assumed that these will be laptops with files Windows 10 operating system. Laptop theory is also supported by the fact that current models date back to 2019 and are powered (in today’s view) by older 10th-generation Intel processors.
The leaks indicated that both devices will have a 13.3-inch or 15.6-inch OLED touch screen with S-Pen support and small bezels. For the Galaxy Book Pro 360, it will be possible to rotate the screen 360 degrees. The Galaxy Book Pro is expected to be available in black and white, while the Galaxy Book Pro 360 will be available in dark blue and gold.
The core of both laptops (at least in the highest configuration) will be processors Intel Core i7 11th generationWhich would truly make them the “most powerful Galaxy device,” as the tagline promises. We can also expect Intel Iris Xe or Nvidia MX450 graphics and optional mobile connectivity support (LTE, possibly 5G).
The fourth Samsung Unpacked event of this year will only be held by default. Write in your diary April 28 and 4:00 pm our afternoon Watch broadcasts on Vista YouTube Samsung, Or the official website Samsung.com.