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Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Book3 series of laptops will arrive alongside the Galaxy S23 series at the company’s February 1st Unboxing event, and it’s shaping up to be an equally interesting lineup.

Now we can add some finishing touches to these high quality renders. They are the Galaxy Book3 360, the Galaxy Book3 Pro and the Galaxy Book3 Pro 360. We still don’t have high resolution pictures of the Galaxy Book3 Ultra.

All three models will have 2880×1800 pixel (16:10) Super AMOLED non-touch displays, backlit keyboards, Intel 13th-gen processors, dual Thunderbolt 4 ports, and Wi-Fi 6E connectivity. The laptops will have a USB-A port, an HDMI port, an audio jack and a microSD slot.

Galaxy Book 3 360 has a 14-inch screen, Galaxy Book 3 Pro has 14-inch and 16-inch variants, Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360 has a 16-inch panel. All models will have a choice between Core i5-1340P and Core i7-1360P and will have 16GB LPDDR5 RAM and up to 1TB PCIe 4.0 SSDs. Amazingly, all models boot Windows 11 with Samsung Galaxy Ecosystem add-ons like MultiController, Quick Share, Private Share and Galaxy Notes.

The 14-inch models have 63WH batteries, while the 16-inch models have 76WH batteries – all models come with a 65W USB-C PD charger out of the box.

The Galaxy Book3 360 also supports the S Pen.

Here are the specs for the Galaxy Book3 360, Book3 Pro and Book3 Pro 360 laptops.

The Galaxy Book3 Pro may not have the digitizer required for a stylus, but the Galaxy Book3 Pro 360 is said to support it.

Galaxy Book 3 Pro and Book 3 Pro 360
Galaxy Book 3 Pro and Book 3 Pro 360

Galaxy Book 3 Pro and Book 3 Pro 360

This leaves only the Galaxy Book3 Ultra, which is expected to have a more powerful configuration with a 45W Core i9-13900H CPU, Nvidia RTX 4070 GPU, up to 32GB RAM and up to 1TB PCIe 4.0 SSD. It will have a 76W battery with a 136W battery.

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James is a long-time mobile phone fan who has been writing reviews of the latest phones and apps for the past few years. He has a particular interest in new features and how they can be used to improve the user experience. He is also a keen photographer and often takes pictures with his phone to show off the latest camera technology.