Samsung Galaxy Unpacked 2021 – All the products unveiled

Sam Warner
·2-min read
Photo credit: YouTube - Samsung
Photo credit: YouTube - Samsung

Samsung has announced three new laptops as part of its Unpacked series.

Today's (April 28) live stream event had teased beforehand the unveiling of the "most powerful Galaxy", suggesting that the tech company may reveal a new range of computers.

And that it did, as three new laptops were confirmed. Designed to bring the mobile and PC experience closer together, the Galaxy Book, Galaxy Book Pro and the Galaxy Book Pro 360 are aimed at students and home workers – something that will no doubt appeal in the current climate.

Photo credit: YouTube - Samsung
Photo credit: YouTube - Samsung

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Of course, we know that Samsung has been in the phone and tablet market – you can check out some deals on the latter that we've rounded up here.

However, this new range of laptops looks to be its most powerful yet.

Galaxy Book

The first one in the Galaxy range comes in 15.6 inches across all its models. The lowest Wi-Fi version of the Galaxy Book (8GB memory/256GB storage) is priced at £699, with the LTE equivalent priced at £799.

The higher 8GB/512GB Wi-Fi version costs £899, while the LTE 16GB/512GB version is £1,099. They all come in either Mystic Silver and Blue colours.

Photo credit: YouTube - Samsung
Photo credit: YouTube - Samsung

Galaxy Book Pro

Next up is the Book Pro, whose 13.3 inch Wi-Fi (8GB/512GB) and LTE versions (8GB/256GB) are both £1,099, while the 15.6 inch 8GB/512GB Wi-Fi version costs £1,199.

The higher 16GB/512GB Wi-Fi version will set you back £1,499, and like the Galaxy Book, the models are available in Mystic Silver and Blue colours.

Photo credit: YouTube - Samsung
Photo credit: YouTube - Samsung

Book Pro 360

The Book Pro 360 models, which are only available as Wi-Fi, come at 13.3 inches (8GB/512GB) at £1,199, 15.6 inches (8GB/512GB) at £1,249, and 15.6 inches (16GB/512GB) at £1,499.

However, this range of laptops comes in Mystic Navy and Mystic Silver, bringing in a bit of variety looks-wise from the other two models.

The devices become available on Friday, May 14.

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