Samsung may launch its Galaxy Book Pro 2 360 at the Mobile World Congress (MWC), which is scheduled for February 27. The South Korean tech giant recently announced that it will reveal new Galaxy Book laptops, but the company didn’t share any more details about the event. Recent reports from GSMArena suggests Samsung is going to introduce the successor of the Galaxy Book Pro 360 at the MWC. The Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360 was released in April 2021 and its successor, the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 2 360, is apparently code-named “Mars 2”
Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 2 360 expected specifications
According to the reports, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 2 360 is expected to feature a 15.6-inch display like its previous version and might also be available with a smaller 13.3-inch display option. As the name suggests, the display will also be able to fold 360-degrees, for consumers to use the laptop as a tablet. It is also expected to support an S Pen.
The reports also suggest that the new laptop is expected to be powered by a new processor. The Galaxy Book Pro 360 offered a choice of Intel 11th-gen i3, i5 and i7 processors. Samsung has also partnered with Microsoft to develop a new OS for its Galaxy Book laptops. This laptop is expected to run on One UI Book 4 based on Windows 11. It is a lightly customised interface, developed by Samsung and Microsoft, that is expected to bring better cross-device multitasking.
The model that will feature the bigger display is also expected to sport three USB-C ports on the sides, a 3.5 mm headphone port and a microSD slot. Reports also suggest that the Galaxy Book Pro 2 360 is expected to be available in a “burgundy red” colour.