Samsung formally presented Galaxy Book and Galaxy Tab 3 tablets amid the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Today, it has reported that the Galaxy Book will dispatch in Australia with costs beginning at $1,099 (10.6 inches) or $1,599 (12 inches) from 28 July 2017. The Galaxy Tab 3 will be accessible in the meantime at a cost of $949 for Wi-Fi and $1,099 for the 4G-empowered variant.
The Galaxy Tab 3 sees the South Korean tech company proceed with its Android tablet travel with a 9.7 inch Super AMOLED show, Snapdragon 820 processor and quad speaker cluster.
The Galaxy Book comes in 10.6-and 12-inch screen sizes, with either 64GB/128GB (10.6 inches) or 128/256GB (12 inches) locally available capacity, contingent upon cost. Intel’s 7th gen processors are available, and Samsung finishes the Galaxy Book go with the incorporation of its own interpretation of a stylus, the S-Pen. While the S-Pen is all the more intently connected with the Galaxy Note.