Samsung Galaxy Book May Feature Stylus, LTE

Just like with other Samsung devices which have come with a stylus built-in, the Samsung Galaxy Book's stylus will have the Air Command feature as well. Rumors abound that the company will unveil new tablets, including one running Windows and designed for corporate users.

When it comes to the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, we already know a good number of the specs for both devices. For example, they will also talk about the Galaxy Tab S3 tablet, which is a high-end device that rivals iPad Pro. Samsung will reportedly introduce Galaxy S8 on April 14 in South Korea with global launch happening on April 21. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC which includes 2 cores at 2.15GHz and 2 cores at 1.6GHz coupled with 4GB of RAM. Galaxy S8 will rock a 5.8-inch full rectangle display whereas the Plus variant will have 6.2-inch full rectangle display, each with Super AMOLED technology. In addition to logging on to the device, Samsung Flow can wirelessly tether compatible devices to transfer documents from a mobile device to a tablet and sync message notifications.

The unofficial confirmation suggests that LG will launch its flagship 42 days earlier than Samsung.

For avid Samsung fans looking for a slightly larger unit, the Samsung Galaxy S8+ would be a flawless choice.

Major details about the Galaxy Book, such as its processor and design, are still unknown, but the Windows Store app indicates that the tablet will feature a smart dimming feature that will adjust screen brightness based on ambient light. In terms of storage capacity, the Galaxy TabPro S2 may come with 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage.

Along with the Galaxy Book parts being launched today, Samsung also announced the next generation of Galaxy Tab.

Internally, it will have 64GB of memory that can be expanded with a microSD card. It'll have a fingerprint scanner but is also believed to have the iris scanner from the Note 7, which will allow for the phone to be unlocked once it recognizes your eyes.

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