Samsung Galaxy Book4 Edge announced with Snapdragon X Elite, Galaxy AI features

Samsung’s latest laptop goes all in on AI: Here’s how

Samsung Galaxy Book4 Edge announced with Snapdragon X Elite, Galaxy AI features

Microsoft announced Copilot+ PCs earlier this week, also adding that it would be partnering with brands like Samsung and Dell for more options. Days later, Samsung has entered the Copilot+ certified PC space with the Samsung Galaxy Book4 Edge – the latest entry in the Galaxy Book4 series.

Apart from being the first Samsung laptop powered by the new Snapdragon X Elite Arm chipset, the laptop also boasts of performance metrics like 40 TOPS (trillion operations per second), the standard for the Copilot+ certification.

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The laptop also comes in 14-inch and 16-inch variants, with both variants featuring a 16:10 AMOLED display panel, all-day battery life and 0.43 and 0.48-inches of thickness, respectively. The Galaxy Book4 Edge also supports 10-point multi-touch, variable refresh rate of up to 120Hz and 120 per cent DCI-P3 coverage.

Both variants of the Book4 Edge are however, not powered by the exact same version of the Snapdragon X Elite, as pointed out by GSMArena. While the 14-inch variant comes with the X1E-80-100 chip, the 16-inch variant has an optional X1E-84-100 upgrade. In a nutshell, the 80 chip can clock up to 3.4GHz while the 84 chip can hit 3.8GHz (not counting boost speeds).

Other specs on offer include 16GB RAM, 512GB or 1TB SSD storage and Windows 11 out of the box. Besides the hardware, the laptop also comes with plenty of software features to make the most of the on-device AI capabilities.

Samsung Galaxy AI features

We saw Samsung announce its suite of Galaxy AI features for the Galaxy S24 series earlier this year. Most of these features are now also a part of the Samsung Galaxy Book4 Edge. Live Captions will offer captions for any video or audio playback that’s in one of the supported languages, while translations to English will be in real-time thanks to Live Translate.

There are also new features like ‘Recall’, which will let users look for a document, email or web page by simply describing it. If you’re in the Samsung ecosystem, you will also be able to copy-paste Circle-to-Search results from your phone to the PC. A new AI button is also provided, giving you one-click access to all the cool AI features.

While there are no prices and availability details for these laptops shared for now, we reckon the Samsung Galaxy Book4 Edge should hit stores later this year, possibly in the next few months.

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