Samsung announced a new Unpacked event for next April 28. In its third major event of the year, the South Korean promises the “most powerful” Galaxy ever in its portfolio.

Hours after that announcement, the renowned leaker Evan Blass revealed the design of the new generation of Samsung Galaxy Book Pro notebooks. It seems that these will be the stars of the next event in South Korea.

Samsung Galaxy Book Pro

Samsung prepares two extremely thin notebooks

The images depict the Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 that are expected to star in the event scheduled for the end of this month. Both will share its thin thickness that will not leave anyone indifferent.

The source does not provide any technical details about these products, so we can only rely on the shared illustrations. These, however, already make clear the limited thickness of the Galaxy Book Pro and Pro 360.

The first one promises to be a conventional laptop, with the highlight placed on the Samsung Galaxy Book Pro 360. This, as the name implies, will have a 360º hinge that will allow it to become a tablet.

Samsung Galaxy Book Pro

This model will be the brand’s main focus, including support for the S Pen. The ideal solution for those who work outside the home and need to make some drafts or quick notes.

The new Galaxy Book Pro promise to be powerful

The motto for Samsung’s next Unpacked event predicts the power of the new Galaxy Book Pro. Dubbed the “most powerful”, above-average performance is expected.

These should still be supported by Intel processors, despite the fact that Samsung is developing an Exynos for this type of devices. It is also expected to include AMOLED screens with dimensions of 13 “and 15” inches.

There is not much more that we can say about the new line of notebooks from Samsung now. It remains for us to wait two more weeks until it is officially unveiled.

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