Samsung Galaxy Book user manual now available to download, reveals some oddities

If you are looking forward to picking up one of Samsung’s new Windows 10 tablets announced at Mobile World Conference 2017, you may be happy to learn that the user manual for the device is now available, which explains exactly what features such as InstantGo and Samsung Flow does.

Two Galaxy Book devices have been announced, a 12 inch one and a 10.2 inch one.

The manual reveals some interesting features, such as that different screen angles are available due to the keyboard cover, that the NFC chip is inexplicably in the keyboard cover, and that the device will be slower when disconnected from the keyboard cover, presumably to save power.

Samsung Galaxy Book family is a successor to last year’s Galaxy TabPro S line, and comes with Intel’s latest and greatest Kaby Lake Core i5 processors and promise up to 10 hours of battery life, and they also pack fast-charging features.

12-Inch Galaxy Book SM-62010.6-Inch Galaxy Book SM-627
Screen size: 12 inches with Super AMOLED technology
Processor: Core i5-7200U (2.50GHz base clock speed and 3.10GHz max turbo frequency, 2 cores and 4 threads)
RAM: 4GB (also available in the 8GB configuration)
Internal storage: 128GB SSD (also available in the 256GB configuration)
Charging port type: Type-C USB (39.04W charger)
Rear-facing camera: 13MP
Front-facing camera: 5MP
S Pen support: Yes
Screen size: 10.6 inches with TFT LCD technology
Processor: Core M3-7Y30 (1.00GHz base clock speed and 2.60GHz max turbo frequency, 2 cores and 4 threads)
RAM: 4GB
Internal storage: 128GB eMMC
Charging port type: Type-C USB (30.4W charger)
Front-facing camera: 5MP
S Pen support: Yes

The device also comes with LTE connectivity and Samsung’s S Pen and support for Air Command features, which lets you use the S Pen to quickly access some important shortcuts such as annotate over PDFs, display magnification, and a GIF creator.

The box includes the Keyboard Cover, S Pen and S Pen holder.

The manual can be downloaded from Samsung here.

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