Samsung Galaxy Book 2: Australian Specs, Price And Release Date

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Samsung has kept the announcement ball rolling at Mobile World Congress. The company has announced their all new Galaxy Book2. Here's what this new notebook brings to the table.

The Samsung Galaxy Book2 is a convertible notebook that comes with Gigabit LTE, Samsung's S-Pen and a 12-inch display. Here are the specs.

Samsung Galaxy Book2 Specifications

Galaxy Book2
Operating system Windows 10 in S Mode
Display 12.0-inch sAMOLED FHD+ running at 2160x1440
Cameras 8MP Rear / 5MP Front
Size and weight 287mm x 200mm x 7.6mm, 794g
CPU Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 850 (Quad 2.96GHZ + Quad 1.7 GHz)
Memory 4GB RAM + 128 GB storage
Network Snapdragon X20 LTE Modem Cat.18 5CA, up to 4X4 MIMO
Poerts USB Type-C x2, microSD, 3.5mm
Wireless Comms 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 2.4+5GHz, VHT80 MIMO
Battery life Up to 20 hours,
Accessories S Pen, Keyboard (both included)
Sensors Accelerometer, Fingerprint Sensor, Gyro Sensor, Geomagnetic Sensor, Light Sensor
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Samsung Galaxy Book2 Australian pricing

The Galaxy Book2 will be available from Samsung and Telstra for $1599. If you purchase a Galaxy Book2 from participating retailers between February 26 and March 31 you'll also receive a bonus Samsung Multiport Adapter valued at $179.

Samsung Galaxy Book2 release date

The Galaxy Book2 will be available from February 26 from Samsung and Telstra. It will also be sold through Vodafone at a date still to be confirmed.


    Although this is windows s these are some pretty terrible specs fro the price 4GB ram and a snapdragon 850? you can get way better laptops for this price

      Yeah - the 4GB is thin but the version of Windows 10 S is apparently optimised for the CPU. I;m waiting on a review unit. Once I've had a play I'll report back.

        Hey Anthony, I have the Galaxy Book 2 here in the states and while it is thin in the spec dept., it is not a bad little device. It is by no means a powerhouse. It will lag if pushed too hard, however, for things like getting caught up with work stuff, Ie. Word doc, Pdf's, powerpoint, Excel, Emails it is great. It is also great for accessing multi media playgrounds and watching movies, listening to music etc, etc. The detachable keyboard is great and also acts as a screen protector/case when your not using the device. The mouse pad is smooth and reactive as well. The S pen is decent. I love to draw which is what I use it for but it is also good for things like editing photos and documents. The entire device is very similar to the Microsoft surface pro. Every program I have on my computer at work, I have on my Galaxy book 2. I no longer have to take my computer home with from work in order to work from home, which is nice. Windows runs perfectly using the snapdragon 850 processor. You will not be able to play graphic intensive games or run multiple programs simultaneously, but if you keep it basic and have reasonable expectations, it is a really nice device. It has grown on me. I actually take it with me everywhere and the Gig LTE means I never have to worry about needing a wifi connection if there isn't one around.

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