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New Samsung laptops are rumored to have OLED screens and S Pen support



Samsung has a couple of new laptops under development – Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 – which include OLED screens and will be compatible with the company’s S Pen, SamMobile reports. It is said that the Galaxy Book Pro 360 is also available with 5G connectivity. Laptops were first revealed in a Bluetooth certification archive that appeared last month.

SamMobile is the report does not go into detail about the specifications of OLED screens, such as what the resolution or refresh rate might be. However, given that laptops will reportedly be available with 1

3.3-inch and 15.6-inch displays, it seems unlikely that they will use 14-inch 90Hz OLED displays as Samsung Display said there would be mass production from the next month.

These would not be the first of Samsung’s laptops to support the S Pen (last year’s Galaxy Book Flex 5G, the company’s first 5G laptop, for example, had a built-in one), but it comes after the company announced a new pair of S Pen pens with the Galaxy S21 Ultra. It is a standard S-pen that is sold separately from the phone, and later this year it will be joined by the S Pen Pro, an upgraded version that provides support for Bluetooth and air movement. Earlier this year, Samsung said it plans to bring S Pen support to “more device categories.”

In addition to the monitors and S Pen support, the new Windows laptops are rumored to be powered by Intel Core i5 and i7 processors. The Galaxy Pro 360 is believed to be a convertible 2-in-1 laptop, with a 360 hinge that allows the screen to be turned around and used as a tablet.

If the reports on the upcoming devices are accurate, they will be included in a number of other laptops recently announced by Samsung. These include the Galaxy Chromebook 2, an Intel-powered Chromebook with a QLED display (essentially an LCD display using Samsung’s quantum dot technology) and stylus support, announced earlier this year.


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