Samsung may have taken the decision of not launching its smartphones at the MWC 2017. But the Korean tech giant has a lot to give apart from just smartphones. The company launched its second tab of the event held at Barcelona. Samsung showcased its Galaxy Book at MWC 2017. Let us have a look at the specs of the smartphone.
First of all, the tab runs on Windows OS and not Android. So it is more like a substitute to a laptop. The tab comes in a 2-in-1 format. This means it can be detached from its keyboard. It also has an S Pen stylus. Both of these accessories, the pen and the keyboard, are included in the box. The device has a 10.6-inch screen and sports a full-HD display with a pixel resolution of 1280 x 1920. The tab is fueled by an Intel Core 7th Gen m3 dual core 2.6GHz processor.
Moving forwards towards the memory, the tab has 4 GB of RAM. It also gives 64 GB/128 GB of ROM. The memory can be further expanded to 256 GB by using microSD card.
The tab has 5 MP of camera and runs on Windows 10 OS. The device also supports fast charging. It has 30.4 W of battery and can last up to 10 hours in a single charge.
Well, the tab seems pretty decent to us. The huge memory and internal space along with a strong processor is likely to boost the sale of the Samsung Galaxy Book.