On February 27th, Samsung officially launched its Galaxy Book Ion notebook at its flagship China online launch, equipped with a 10-generation Core processor, 13.3-inch 1080p screen, weighing only 970 grams and running for 22 hours. The Galaxy Book Ion is a lightweight, metal body design with a thickness of only 12.9 mm, a weight of only 970 grams, and a weight of less than 1 kg that is so portable that female users can hold it in one hand.
On the screen, the Galaxy Book Ion is equipped with a 13.3-inch 1080p resolution screen that, although not as high as expected 2K, uses QLED technology, up to 600nit brightness, 100% color rendering volume certified by The German VDE.
On the hardware side, the Galaxy Book Ion has upgraded the 10-generation Core processor, with an optional Core i5-10210U or Core i7-10510U, as well as 16GB OFDDR4X memory and a 512GB NVMe drive.
On the battery side, the Galaxy Book Ion is equipped with a large 69.7Wh battery, achieves 22 hours of battery life, and supports wireless charging, pressing the Fn-F11 key to charge your phone wirelessly.
In other respects, the Galaxy Book Ion is equipped with AKG stereo speakers, dual array microphones, 720p HD cameras, and more, supporting fingerprint recognition, WiFi 6 Plus and Bluetooth 5.0.
On the interface side, the Galaxy Book Ion is equipped with 1 HDMI, 1 Thunderbolt 3, 2 USB 3.0, etc.
It’s worth noting that the Galaxy Book Ion retains the reader while being ultra-thin and supports UFS and MicroSD cards.
As for the sale price and listing date, Samsung did not mention at the launch, but JD.com has already started making an appointment, The Core i5 version is priced at 10599 yuan, the Core i7 version is priced at 11599 yuan.