Galaxy Book4 leaks and rumors have been making the rounds. Amidst all these leaks and rumors, Samsung just unveiled the Galaxy Book4 Edge computers, which offer some powerful specs and AI capabilities.

Samsung is expected to unveil its new Galaxy Book series at the next Galaxy Unpacked event. Despite this, Samsung appeared to want one slip by early. Samsung unveiled its Galaxy Book4 Edge in a 2-minute video. It will be a very powerful computer with powerful hardware and software. It is no surprise, then, that the company placed heavy emphasis on AI.

Galaxy Book4 Edge:

 

The Galaxy Book4 Edge comes with a 14″/16″ 3K AMOLED display with 120Hz VRR and 10-point touchscreen support. The display supports 500nits of peak brightness. There are two models featuring the Snapdragon X Elite X1P-80-100 variant with a 12-core processor. The 16″ comes with an additional option of top-end Snapdragon¬†X Elite X1E-84-100. All of these models will have at least 16 GB of RAM and 512GB/1TB. On the keyboard, we also see a dedicated copilot button. Microsoft is committed to making all future Windows computers AI-driven.

Both 14- and 16-inch models feature HDMI, 3.5mm headphone jacks, as well as two USB-C ports, while the 14-inch model also includes a USB-A port and MicroSD card reader. It features a 55.9/61.8Wh battery and supports 65W fast charging over USB-C. With 1080p resolution and 150 nits screen brightness, Samsung promises 22 hours of battery life.

There is also 2MP camera for Video calls and comes with a quad-speakers with Dolby Atmos support.

Pricing:

Galaxy Book4 Edge is scheduled to launch on June 18th. There are three different models to choose from: a 14-inch model for $1,349.99, a 16-inch model for $1,449.99, and a 16-inch model with 1TB of storage for $1,749.99.