Samsung is likely to launch two new Windows 10 devices, as well as their release is projected to occur later this year according to a brand new report.
And what’s more, it appears as though the South Koreans are going to bet big on high-end capabilities, which might make the new devices options to Microsoft’s Surface lineup.
First of all, the new devices would come in 2 different sizes, namely 13.3 and 15.6 inches. Based on SamMobile, Samsung would make use of an OLED panel on of them, so the new devices would be one of the few Windows 10 computers with such a presentation.
Certainly, Samsung is aiming for a premium cost here, though no details are available at this time.
Launching later this year
But according to the same report, Samsung doesn’t would like to visit the OLED panel so far as the premium capabilities go, therefore the company also really wants to equip each of them with S Pen support. In other words, both works with pen input, so once again, the new Samsung models would always again be positioned as options to Microsoft’s Surface devices, all of which come with support for the Surface Pen.
Power on the brand new devices would come from Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors, and Wi-Fi and 5G support would be also offered on the Galaxy Book Pro 360. The Galaxy Book Pro, on the other hand, would feature Wi-Fi and LTE, but certainly, Samsung’s plan is to offer on-the-go connectivity for everyone.
At this point, there are no specifics as to when the new devices could see the daylight, but it’s pretty clear Samsung wants to invest heavily in the Windows 10 premium device lineup. This can be a big win for everybody, including for Microsoft itself, as the software giant still depends on its partners to grow the Windows ecosystem.