Samsung has recently announced the forthcoming Galaxy S24 series, branding them as the “smartest AI phones ever.” This emphasis on artificial intelligence extends to their newly unveiled Galaxy Book 4 series of laptops, which also touts improved displays, faster charging, and robust processing power.

Shared Specifications

The Galaxy Book 4 series is equipped with the latest Intel Core Ultra 9, integrating CPU, GPU, and a new NPU within a single package. It also features an Nvidia RTX 4070 (8 GB) for handling AI tasks like image generation and DLSS for gaming. Alternatively, users can opt for a configuration with a Core Ultra 7 and an RTX 4050 (6 GB). The redesigned model introduces enhanced cooling with an 11% wider vapor chamber and dual fans with uneven blade spacing. RAM options range from 16 GB to 64 GB (LPDDR5X), and storage choices include 512 GB, 1 TB, or 2 TB SSDs, with an available expansion slot.

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Unlike the Book 3 series, which had a distinction between touchscreen and non-touch models, the Book 4 series eliminates this division. All models feature touch-capable Dynamic AMOLED displays with the new Vision Booster and anti-reflective technology, enhancing legibility in bright outdoor conditions.

Galaxy Book 4 Ultra

Positioned as the flagship model, the Samsung Galaxy Book 4 Ultra comes in a singular size of 16 inches. It boasts a 2,880 x 1,800px display (16:10) with a 48-120Hz variable refresh rate and an impressive 120% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space. Samsung highlights advancements in power efficiency and rapid charging, with the 140W adapter charging the 76Wh battery to 55% in just 30 minutes, a 40% improvement over the previous model.

The laptops come equipped with quad speakers by AKG, supported by Dolby Atmos. AI technology is integrated for noise cancellation in the dual microphone array, described by Samsung as “studio quality.” All three Book 4 laptops feature an HDMI 2.1 port supporting resolutions of 8K at 60fps and 5K at 120fps, Thunderbolt 4 ports, and a USB Type-A port.

Galaxy Book 4 Pro

Available in 14” and 16” versions, the Samsung Galaxy Book 4 Pro weighs 1.23kg and 1.56kg, respectively. Both models feature 2,880 x 1,800px displays with a variable refresh rate of 48-120Hz and 120% DCI-P3. Configuration options include Intel Core Ultra 7 or Ultra 5 CPU with Intel Arc graphics, 16/32GB of RAM, and a 256GB-1TB SSD with an expansion slot.

Additional AI features are integrated, such as the Photo Remaster feature in the Samsung Gallery app for PC and the Samsung Studio app for video editing across various Galaxy devices.

Galaxy Book 4 Pro 360

The Samsung Galaxy Book 4 Pro 360 exclusively comes in a 16” form, weighing 1.66kg. It features an identical display to its counterparts but distinguishes itself with 360° hinges, transforming it into a tablet, and includes an S Pen. Configuration options remain consistent, and connectivity options align with the Pro model.

A noteworthy addition is Samsung’s commitment to using a broader range of recycled materials in the Book 4 laptops compared to previous generations, including recycled aluminum, glass, and plastic.

The anticipated launch of the new Samsung Galaxy Book 4 series is scheduled for January 2024 in South Korea, with subsequent expansion to other markets. Pricing details are expected to be announced soon.

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