During the Unpacked 2019 event today, Samsung surprisingly unveiled the Galaxy Book S.
The Galaxy Book S is Samsung’s latest Windows-powered laptop and one of the first to feature the Qualcomm Snapcragon 8cx chipset. Thanks to the processor choice, the Galaxy Book S features built-in LTE and can be charged with the Galaxy Note 10 charger.
The device features one USB-C port on either side, along with a headphone jack on the left. Finally, Samsung promises a 23-hour battery life for the Galaxy Book S. It’s unknown if the battery statistic is achieved through normal usage or just watching videos.
The Galaxy Book S will launch in September and start at $999.
This is a developing story.
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