Samsung Galaxy Book4 Pro 360 Review:

Samsung Galaxy Book4 Pro 360 review:

On the off-the-shelf configuration, Galaxy Book4 Pro 360 will pack Intel’s Core Ultra 7 155H, with a boost clock reaching as high as 4.8GHz for its six P-cores and a max frequency of 3.8GHz for its eight regular E-cores; two low-power E-cores are clocked up to 2.5GHz. The Core Ultra 7 155H in the machine teams up with 16GB of LPDDR5-7467 memory, which is sadly not upgradeable. With this laptop, Samsung doesn’t fit it with a discrete GPU either, but that’s not necessarily bad because the 155H will pack an integrated eight-core Arc GPU paired with fast RAM.

Display and Audio

The Samsung Galaxy Book4 range has one of the prettiest displays out there. My review unit gets a unique 16-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X screen with a resolution of 2.8K. It refreshes at as much as 120Hz and covers 120 percent of the DCI-P3 color space. It goes almost without saying that coupled like this; the laptop is a godsend for media buffs. Depending on whether light or dark mode is in play, the screen brings inky blacks and vibrancy to colors.

Software

The Samsung Galaxy Book4 Pro 360 comes with a plethora of utilities that can help boost your productivity. Air command tab, for example, is the home to some nifty S-pen shortcuts like Smart Select and Screen Write. The former is quite a handy alternative to the snipping tool that lets users take screenshots and even make GIFs within the blink of an eye. The latter allows the user to take notes on a screen capture. Design and I/O

The design of the Galaxy Book4 Pro 360 is, in essence, a facsimile of the Galaxy Book4 Pro that I looked at a little while ago. To improve its allure, there are some subtle refinements in this design, but an untrained eye will find that both these laptops will look the same. On those lines, the Galaxy Book4 Pro 360 comes with a sleek, all-metal build; it’s just a tad thicker at 12.8mm and weighs a bit more, too, at 1.6kg.

Performance and Battery Life

The Samsung Galaxy Book4 Pro 360 is powered by Intel’s Core Ultra 7 155H processor. The laptop also gets the Intel Arc graphics with eight Xe cores and 16GB of LPDDR5X RAM. Not surprisingly, this unit, performance-wise, feels like the rest of the premium thin-and-lights and convertibles that are available today, such as the HP Spectre x360 and the Samsung Galaxy Book4 Pro.

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