Samsung unveiled a new member in its family of laptops at its Unpacked event today, and it's a looker. Called the Samsung Galaxy Book S, the laptop sports an incredibly thin-and-light design that looks nothing less than portable.

The Galaxy Book S isn't expected to launch until September, but we were able to get some hands-on photos of the laptop at the event today. If Samsung piqued your interest with the launch, you can get a closer look at the Galaxy Book S in the gallery below.

The Samsung Galaxy Book S is a 13-inch laptop powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 8cx chip. While Lenovo has debuted a prototype device with the 8cx, the Galaxy Book S the first retail laptop to be announced sporting this particular chip. We'll have to wait for real-world benchmarks, but the Snapdragon 8cx is the first ARM chip designed specifically for PCs, and it's expected to close the gap with Intel in terms of performance.

Here's a full breakdown of the Galaxy Book S's specs:

Category Samsung Galaxy Book S
Operating System Windows 10 Home
Display 13.3 inches
Full HD TFT (16:9)
Touch (no inking)
Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 8cx
Memory 8GB RAM (LPDDR4X)
Storage 256/512GB
Expandable Storage MicroSD slot (up to 1TB)
Front Camera 720p HD
Security Windows Hello with fingerprint sensor
Connectivity 802.11 Wi-Fi
Nano SIM
Bluetooth 5.0
Ports 2x USB Type-C
Audio Stereo (sound by AKG)
Battery 42Wh
Up to 23 hours of video playback)
Dimensions 305.2 x 203.2 x 6.2-11.8 mm
Weight 2.1lbs (0.96 kg)
Colors Earthy Gold
Mercury Gray

The Galaxy Book S was debuted right alongside the new Galaxy Note 10, which sees Samsung cozying up with Microsoft by coming preloaded with OneDrive integration, Office apps, and a dedicated toggle for Windows 10's Your Phone features in the Quick Actions panel. While the Galaxy Book S launch is still around a month away, the Galaxy Note 10 will go up for preorder on August 8 at Samsung, the Microsoft Store, and carrier stores.


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