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Samsung Release 4G Galaxy Book2 To Telstra

Samsung has released its new Galaxy Book2 (A$1,599) down under, with the 4G-enabled hybrid PC available from Telstra and Samsung direct. Vodafone has also confirmed local distribution with release date to be announced.

The Galaxy Book2 is marketed as a highly portable always-on, always connected 2-in-1 PC, boasting a supercharge battery, Gigabit LTE connectivity, keyboard and S Pen stylus.

With a 6,120mAh battery, the device pledges up to 20 hours of video playback back, and supports Fast Charging capabilities.

The Windows 10 PC incorporates Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 850, 128GB of storage, plus a back-lit keyboard,

As an added incentive, customers who purchase a Galaxy Book2 from participating retailers between February 26 – March 31 will also receive a bonus Samsung Multiport Adapter (RRP$179). (Full terms and conditions available here).

Garry McGregor, Vice President of IT and Mobile, Samsung Australia asserts the manner in which Australians are now working has shifted, with it essential electronics companies keep pace.

“The Galaxy Book2 is the optimal blend of innovative hardware and connectivity,” he adds.

“It empowers Australians to work virtually wherever and whenever is convenient through outstanding productivity and mobility.”

The device boasts a 12-inch Super AMOLED display, with twin AKG tuned speakers and built-in Dolby Atmos.

Targeting existing Samsung owners, the Galaxy Book2 claims to also work seamlessly with other compatible Samsung devices – e.g. using Samsung Flow to transfer files, whilst syncing and mirroring with a Galaxy phone to see real-time notifications on your screen.

Further information is available on Samsung’s website here.

[Samsung Electronics]

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