Back in March this year, Samsung had unveiled the Galaxy Book Go, Book 2, Book2 360, Book 2 Pro, Book 2 Pro 360, and Book 2 Business laptops. Now, it appears that the company is getting ready for the next generation of Galaxy Book laptops. A new device, dubbed the Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra, has appeared on the Bluetooth SIG certification website.
According to a report by MySmartPrice, the Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra has received the Bluetooth SIG certification for four new models—NT960XFH, NT961XFH, NT960XFS, and NT960XFHZ. Furthermore, five products were seen listed as the Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra, and all of them were described as “Notebook PC” within the category labelled “Personal Computer.”
Going by the listing, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Book 3 Ultra will support Bluetooth 5.1 and Wi-Fi 6E. The laptop will be powered by an Intel CPU. Furthermore, it will come with Windows 11 OS out of the box. Not much else could be gleaned from the Bluetooth SIG certification website.
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To compare, the Samsung Galaxy Book 2 series arrived earlier this year with Intel Core i5/i7 processor options. This was accompanied by Intel Iris Xe Graphics. Meanwhile, the Galaxy Book Go came with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 8nm processor.
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