Samsung’s next crack at the Windows tablet for productivity has arrived in the Galaxy Book 2, and it’s both completely different while perhaps more of the same.
One on hand it now employs a Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and design has been completely overhauled. But the Galaxy Book 2 still look a lot like the swathe of 2-in-1 Windows 10 tablets out there, but that isn’t necessarily a bad thing.
In fact, it may be the best move Samsung could have made with the device. That, and including both the stylus and keyboard cover accessories in the box.
Naturally, with Snapdragon inside, the Galaxy Book 2’s key feature is LTE connectivity through the modem within the Snapdragon 850 system on a chip, or SoC. What that means for the device’s power profile is yet to be seen, and that is the biggest question mark surrounding the tablet. That said, consider us simultaneously impressed and cautious.
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Source : Tech Radar