Another unboxing video has surfaced, revealing the contents of the Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360 and retail box. The one we’re sharing today came from Samsung and was a bit short, but the new unboxing video, this time by Microsoft employees, takes a deeper look at the device and its accompanying S Pen.
One of the major striking features of the Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360 is that the switchable form factor with its 360-degree hinge doesn’t detract from the laptop’s slim profile. It’s much thinner than other 360-degree laptops, but it retains full-size HDMI and USB-B ports. Since launching the Galaxy Z Fold and Z Flip smartphones, Samsung has made some notable advances in hinge technology.
The Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360 comes with a power brick, USB-C cable, and S Pen, which pairs well with the 120Hz AMOLED display. The unboxing video below shows the 16-inch model with the keyboard. Large and generous trackpad.
Samsung plans to bring a new line of Android smartphones to Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system. The company has already announced its Galaxy Book 3, a high-end tablet with a powerful Intel CPU and a stylus. The device will be able to run Windows 10, Android, and Chrome OS.
Samsung brings together the Android smartphone and the Windows operating system.
To increase the productivity of Galaxy Book 3 users, Samsung has implemented an advanced feature that allows users to switch between devices easily.
The extensive integration with the Galaxy S23 series of smartphones is another feature that distinguishes the Galaxy Book 3 series from other Windows laptops.
Users of the Galaxy Book 3 and One UI 5.1 have access to services, including cross-device syncing of Adobe Lightroom. The Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360 Laptop also gains access to One UI apps like Samsung Notes and Gallery because it is equipped with an S Pen.
Additionally, Galaxy Book 3 users can use the laptop’s mouse, keyboard and trackpad to control the Galaxy tablet and the Galaxy S23 series.
One UI is a new operating system that merges the Android smartphone and Windows operating system experience. With One UI, you can now experience Android’s familiar touch and navigation features on a PC. One UI has a facelift with a more modern design and new features. The interface is easier and more intuitive to navigate and use, with a cleaner, brighter appearance. One UI is a feature that will be available on the Galaxy S, Galaxy Note, and even Samsung’s Galaxy A and Galaxy J series. Samsung is looking to expand this feature to other Galaxy smartphones via future firmware updates.
Fundamentally, the Galaxy Book 3 is the ideal companion for owners of Galaxy smartphones who need a more seamless Windows 11 experience. At Unpacked, we also had some time with the Book 3 Pro and Book 3 Pro 360; you can see our initial thoughts in the hands-on video below.
Samsung will begin selling the Galaxy Book 3 Pro 360 on February 17th, with prices starting at $1,899 for one. Alternatively, you can place an immediate pre-order via the business’ web store.
The Galaxy Book 3 is a high-performance computer that’s also a great alternative to a Windows-based computer. It is an ideal laptop for those who want to use one or two operating systems. It is a powerful and portable computer and offers a more affordable option for those who want to use Android and Windows operating systems simultaneously.
The Galaxy Book 3 was ultimately designed to bridge the two operating systems. Samsung has plans for more Android-Windows devices in the future, intending to make the two operating systems more compatible.