Samsung could be extending its Galaxy Book lineup with a set of new devices as early as this year.
A leaked Bluetooth SIG certification document obtained by SamMobile hints at two new devices dubbed Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 that could come with LTE support, 360-degree hinge flexibility, Intel's 11th generation chipsets, and OLED or similar QLED displays as its latest Chromebook offerings.
Today's news comes as a bit of shock since Samsung rolled out what most believe to be the entirety of its 2021 lineup during CES, announcing the Galaxy Chromebook 2, Galaxy Book Flex 2, Galaxy Book Flex 2, Galaxy Book Ion 2, and Notebook Plus 2.
However, the leak isn't entirely coming out of left field, The Verge has a report detailing other specifics of the Galaxy Book Pro and Pro 360 such as 5G connectivity, 13.3-inch, and 15.6-inch sized screens, i5 & i7 Intel chips, S Pen stylus support or possible 14-inch 90Hz OLED panels.
These new possible entries into their product lineup slated for later this year could signify a bigger push by Samsung to create devices that meet Intel's new EVO platform that focuses on Always-Connected and longer batter life performance experiences that were not met with the devices coming out early in 2021.