Samsung Galaxy Book 4 Pro Hits Korean Safety with Actual Product Image

The Korean giant is preparing to launch the next generation of its popular Galaxy Book Laptops – Galaxy Book 4. is tipped to launch five different modules of new laptops including the Galaxy Book 4, Galaxy Book 360, Galaxy Book Pro, Galaxy Book Pro 360, and the Galaxy Book Ultra. Following some previous leaks, and reports about its specification, the Galaxy Book 4 Pro today surfaced on Orean Safety certification.

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Along with the models' confirmation, the listing showcases the actual product image which embeds the Samsung branding on the top. The models NT940XGQ, NT941XGK, and NT942XGK are listed, and the device is manufactured in Vietnam. Following its predecessor's design, the laptop lid seems to offer a plain and smooth look with branding on the side.

According to previous leaks, the Samsung Galaxy Book 4 lineup will launch with the latest Intel's Meteor Lake and Raptor Lake CPU which were announced just a while ago. As per a report from WindowsReport, the new Samsung laptop lineup could feature five different CPU options including:

  • Intel Core 5 120U (Up to 5.0 GHz 12 MB Smart Cache)
  • Intel Core 5 120U (Up to 5.0 GHz 12 MB Smart Cache)
  • Intel Core Ultra 7 155U (Up to 4.8 GHz 24 MB Smart Cache)
  • Intel Core Ultra 7 155U (Up to 4.8 GHz 24 MB Smart Cache)
  • Intel Core Ultra 9 185H (Up to 5.1 GHz 24 MB L3 Cache)

The base Galaxy Book 4 and Galaxy Book 360 will bundle a 15.6-inch FHD LED display with 1920 x 1080 pixels resolution, meanwhile, the 360 variant will have a Touch Screen. The Galaxy Book 4 Pro 360 will house a 16-inch WQXGA Touchscreen AMOLED offering 2880 x 1800 pixels resolution, and anti-reflective tech. The Galaxy Pro and Galaxy Book 4 Ultra will bundle 14-inch WQXGA AMOLED and 16-inch WQXGA AMOLED display, respectively.

All the models will run Windows 11 and similar Software features.

The launch is expected by early next year, but considering the recent leaks and certification it could launch earlier.




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