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Article inside AT&T announces it will build a fake 5G network

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| By FreeJavon23 - 1 day ago

AT&T made waves today when it announced plans to launch a “5G Evolution” network in over 20 cities by the end of this year. According to the press release, customers with a Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus will be able to take advantage of a “5G Evolution” connection at “twice the speeds of [AT&T’s] 4G LTE network.”

And yes, what AT&T is referring to as “5G Evolution” may be faster than its current 4G networks, but calling it 5G is a meaningless marketing move designed to confuse customers and make AT&T seem like it has a technological leg up on the cutting edge of wireless technology. It is, plainly speaking, bullsh*t.

First and foremost, 5G technology mostly doesn’t exist yet. Standards organizations like the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and the 3GPP have yet to release standards for 5G. That said, 5G technology is widely expected to use millimeter wave (mmWave) band transmission, a wholly different technology from current LTE networks that would use entirely different bands of frequency and new types of antennas.
The tech AT&T says it’s using is distinctly not what’s considered 5G. The press release references using 4x4 MIMO antennas and 256 QAM (quadrature amplitude modulation) to reach those speeds. In other words, AT&T is simply taking advantage of technologies from the existing LTE-Advanced and LTE-Advanced Pro standards like MIMO (multiple antennas) technology and carrier aggregation to deliver a faster connection. Which would be a lot more impressive if T-Mobile hadn’t already been using exactly those methods to reach faster LTE speeds on its network since last September.

It’s possible that AT&T may be using other methods as well, given that it only touts the increased speeds for the S8 and S8 Plus, even though other phones, including last year’s Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge both feature 4x4 MIMO antennas and 256 QAM tuners. But if AT&T is taking advantage of things that only the S8 supports, like LTE-U (which uses unused frequency in the 5 GHz band typically used by Wi-Fi routers for LTE service) it hasn’t said — although that still wouldn’t be 5G.
AT&T’s is careful to only refer to the new service as “5G Evolution,” describing it as part of a “foundation for our evolution to 5G while the 5G standards are being finalized.” But ultimately, it’s branding that serves to mask the fact that AT&T is just rolling out network technology that its competitors have been using for months, while confusing consumers into believing that its at head of the pack.

This isn’t the first time that carrier marketing expectations have screwed things up like this before, either. AT&T and T-Mobile both are guilty of the same sin back when both companies branded 3G’s enhanced HSPA+ speeds as “4G” — with AT&T even going as far as forcing Apple to display HSPA+ as 4G on the iPhone 4S with a software update. And even LTE itself doesn’t meet the agreed upon standards for 4G speeds according to standards organizations, which only grudgingly allowed LTE to be called “4G” after years of carrier marketing deciding it as such.

5G Evolution isn’t 5G, just faster 4G LTE speeds, regardless of what AT&T says. But even worse, now that AT&T has opened the Pandora’s box of 5G branding, the other carriers probably won’t be far behind in adopting it, which will only lead to more confusion as we go forward.
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Video inside The New Amazon Echo Look

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Video inside iOS 10.3.1 / 10.3 Jailbreak By Pangu Demoed, Release Date Set For Next Week?

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iPhone 7 Still Faster Than S8

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"The iPhone 7 also beat out the Galaxy S8 in battery life tests, though there wasn't a comparison to Samsung's Galaxy S8+ which has a larger capacity battery pack."

"Without getting too technical, the iPhone 7 Plus appears to have handily beat the Galaxy S8 in single core tests"

"Apple's iPhone 7 Plus A10 processor still holds up very well against the best chips developed in-house by Samsung, which is impressive considering the iPhone 7 Plus is 7 months old."

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Top 5 Smartphone Cameras: The Blind Test!

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Which one did you pick?

And that Pixel XL

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Video inside Hackers Can Now Break Into Your Phone Using Music

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Article inside T-Mobile CTO Ray says Samsung will deliver a 600MHz enabled phone by the holidays

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| By Tiko377 - 2 days ago

A tweet disseminated today by T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray confirms the carrier's plans to quickly begin using some of the 600MHz spectrum it picked up at the FCC's auction. As we've stated before, since it is low-frequency spectrum, it has the ability to travel farther and penetrate buildings better than high-frequency airwaves do. The nation's third largest carrier spent $7.99 billion during the auction and won approximately 31Mhz of the 600MHz spectrum. That works out to about 45% of the total amount of airwaves that were up for bidding.

Ray's tweet said that T-Mobile will be deploying some of the new spectrum this year. But since current devices are not set up to run on 600MHz, T-Mobile (and the other auction winners) are waiting for such devices to be produced by manufacturers. According to Ray, and he should know, Samsung will have a new handset that supports 600MHz by the holidays. He also stated that other manufacturers are planning to build phones that will run over that frequency.

The auction winners will not have the opportunity to immediately employ all of the airwaves they won in the auction. Some of the television stations that gave up their 600MHz spectrum to the FCC will need time to transition over to new frequencies for their broadcasts.

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Article inside Samsung Galaxy S8 pre-orders rise 30% over Galaxy S7 reservations & set new company record

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| By Tiko377 - 2 days ago

Before the unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S8 last month, Samsung executives no doubt were sitting on pins and needles. How would the public respond to the new flagship models just half a year after the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 was pulled off shelves? The phablet turned out to be doomed by faulty batteries that made each unit a potential explosive, something that Samsung didn't want the public to associate with its brand.

Earlier this year, Samsung said that it would institute a new 8-point battery check in an attempt to persuade consumers that they have nothing to fear from new Samsung handsets. And then the company introduced the Galaxy S8. The stunning design of the new flagship created an amnesia effect that made everyone looking at the phone instantly forget about the Galaxy Note 7. As a result when the pre-order period for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ ended just before midnight on Thursday night, the number of units reserved by buyers set a new company record.

Compared to last year's pre-orders for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, reservations for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+ were up 30%. There is a valuable lesson here for companies to learn. Even if you have failed miserably with a device, if you come back strong and learn from the mistakes that were made, the public will still embrace you.

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Image inside Behold: This Galaxy Note 8 blows the Galaxy S8 out of the water

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Samsung’s Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ were finally released this past Friday, and it seems like the phones are already well on their way to becoming a smash hit. The South Korean electronics giant announced Monday morning that combined Galaxy S8 and S8+ pre-orders out-sold Samsung’s previous-generation Galaxy S7 and S7 edge by 30%. As a quick reminder, the S7 and S7 edge were Samsung’s best-selling phones ever.

If you picked up a new Galaxy S8 on Friday or over the weekend, rest assured that you now hold the most stunning smartphones that have ever existed. They’re also two of the most powerful smartphones that have ever existed. In fact, there’s almost nothing on Earth that could possibly give you buyer’s remorse. Almost nothing…

When an early adopter buys a new flagship iPhone, he or she knows that there will be a full year to wait (and save up money) before an even better new flagship iPhone launches. In Samsung’s case, however, there’s a much shorter buffer in between flagship releases.

In the first half of each year, Samsung updates its Galaxy S lineup. The Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are the company’s flagship smartphones for the first half of 2017 and as you read in our Galaxy S8 review, they’re incredible. Then, in the second half of 2017, Samsung will update its Note line with the all-new Galaxy Note 8.

If the Note 8 looks anything like this, Galaxy S8 and S8+ owners should prepare to be very, very jealous.

Graphic designer Muhsin M. Belaal Auckburaully teamed up with YouTube channel DBS Designing to completely reimagine Samsung’s Galaxy Note series using design cues from the Galaxy S8 along with rumors we’ve heard so far. The results, as you can see, are absolutely stunning.

Unlike most concept smartphones we see out there, this Galaxy Note 8 is actually rooted in reality. It likely doesn’t look exactly like the Note 8 Samsung will release later this year, but we’re willing to bet that it’s close. Hopefully Samsung sticks with the precedent set by the Galaxy S8, however, and ditches that distracting logo from the front of the phone.

As for specs, Auckburaully stays well within the realm of reality by sticking with the rumors we’ve heard so far. The Note 8 should feature a huge 6.4-inch QHD+ display and a screen-to-body ratio that’s even better than the 83% ratio on the Galaxy S8. Other expected specs include 6GB of RAM, 64GB or 128GB of storage, microSDXC support, a new dual-lens rear camera setup, an iris scanner, and a huge 4,000 mAh battery that hopefully doesn’t explode.

More images of Auckburaully’s Galaxy Note 8 design can be seen on his Behance page, and a video featuring the design is embedded below.

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Article inside Analyst: Samsung to sell 50M Galaxy S8 units this year with the larger S8+ taking 53.9%

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| By Tiko377 - 3 days ago

As the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+ begin their first week on sale from carriers and retailers, an analyst from Yuanta Securities says that he expects 50.4 million units of the flagship models to be sold globally this year. Lee Jae-yoon told clients in a note today, that he sees the larger screened Samsung Galaxy S8+ accounting for the majority of flagship sales in 2017. That is due to the growing number of smartphone users watching video content and playing games on their handsets.

According to Mr. Lee, the Samsung Galaxy S8+ will ring up 27.1 million units in sales this year, accounting for 53.9% of Sammy's total 2017 flagship sales. The Galaxy S8 will sell 23.3 million units (46.1%) according to the analyst. Because the Galaxy S8+ costs more money to buy than the Galaxy S8, the higher demand for the device will help Samsung's top line this year.

The Samsung Galaxy S8 and Samsung Galaxy S8+ both share the same specs except for a couple of items. The screen on the Galaxy S8+ is 6.2-inches compared to the 5.8-inch display on the Galaxy S8. And since larger screens need higher capacity batteries, the Galaxy S8+ comes with a 3500mAh power source compared to the 3000mAh juicer on the smaller-screened model.

Higher demand for the premium version of Samsung's annual flagship is not something new. The Samsung Galaxy S6 edge and Samsung Galaxy S7 edge out sold the Samsung Galaxy S6 and Samsung Galaxy S7 respectively, albeit by a very slim margin. The Galaxy S6 edge was responsible for 51.3% of flagship sales in 2015, while the Galaxy S7 edge garnered 51.9% of combined flagship sales last year. The difference from this year is that the screen size was the same between the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, and the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge. Both years, the "edge" variants featured dual-curved displays not found on the non-premium models.

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Article inside Galaxy S9 may land Snapdragon 845, as Samsung and Qualcomm reportedly start work

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| By Tiko377 - 3 days ago

The ink has barely dried out on the Galaxy S8 and S8+ promo billboards, but Samsung and Qualcomm have reportedly already started fleshing out the chipset that will find its place inside the future Galaxy S9. Give that the Snapdragon 835 and Exynos 8895 inside the S8 are already the fastest, most frugal flagship Android chipsets out there, as they are done with the novel 10nm process, we can only imagine what the S9's Snapdragon 845, as it will reportedly be named, can bring to the table.

Samsung and TSMC, the two foundries that are in line to produce the eventual Snapdragon 845, have both probed the 7nm node, and have taped out test batches, so it's not out of the question that the next high-end processor by Qualcomm would be a whopping 7nm endeavor. Samsung's LSI division even tipped not long ago that it expects mass production of 7nm chippery to start in "early 2018," so there you have it.

As for why would the two companies begin work on the 845 for the S9 so early - well, our battery life test of the S8 with Exynos against the model with Snapdragon revealed that Qualcomm and Samsung still have some work to do in optimizing Snapdragons for the Galaxy S-line, as the US model fell an hour short of the Exynos one in our battery test, all other things being rather equal.

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Article inside Samsung Galaxy S8+ to outsell the Galaxy S8

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According to a new report, Samsung's Galaxy S8+ will sell better than the company's smaller flagship - the Galaxy S8.

Yuanta Securities Korea Co. predicts that the annual sales of the two Galaxy S8 handsets will reach about 50.4 million units, with the larger 6.2-inch version taking up 53.9% or around 27.1 million units.

Industry watchers claim that users prefer smartphones with larger screens, as they offer a superior experience for mobile gaming and multimedia content. This has been the case with Samsung's flagships for the last couple of years - the edge variants of the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S7 were more popular with consumers due to their larger displays.

While it's hard to argue with these facts, we do have a suspicion that the smaller 2017 flagship could turn out to be the more popular choice on a global scale.

The smaller Galaxy S6 and S7 models did not have curved screens, while this year's S8 does. A 5.8-inch display diagonal should be more than enough for most people, and pretty much anyone who has had the chance to play around with the two devices will agree that the Galaxy S8 is just more comfortable to hold and use. Furthermore, the higher sales of the Galaxy S8+ in Asia could be attributed to the fact that Samsung is offering an exclusive S8+ version with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal memory plus a free DeX docking station for anyone who pre-ordered it.

Which S8 variant do you prefer? Did you get the chance to try out both models? Let us know in the comments!

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Image inside iPhone 8 News: Fingerprint Scanner Might Be On Lock button

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Video inside Bx aint gonna like this! - Chinese Man Works Undercover In Chinese iPhone Slave Factory

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5 days ago

Leaked iPhone 8 Shell Has Rear Fingerprint Scanner And Dual Vertical Camera Sensors

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Given that there’s still a lot of time left until Apple launches the iPhone 8, the company’s testing a lot of prototypes. One of these, with a rear fingerprint sensor is the feature of a lot of leaks lately. According to these, Apple will follow in Samsung’s footsteps this year and introduce the iPhone 8 with a rear fingerprint sensor as well. Samsung’s reason for the move is that Synaptics simply did not have the technology ready at the time of the S8’s launch. Now, Apple’s also testing the possibility of a similar move. Looks like Synaptics’ still having problems with the technology. Today, we’ve got some more details on the concept. Take a look below to find out more.

Alleged Shell Images For The iPhone 8 Show Vertical Dual Camera And A Rear Fingerprint Sensor

The iPhone 8, despite a good five months left until its launch, is a regular feature of the rumor mill. The smartphone, like the iPod before it, constitutes a majority of Cupertino’s revenues and it’s a dire need for Apple to stay ahead of the pack when manufacturing its smartphone. However, it’s dropped the ball with the smartphone over the past couple of years. Not only has design taken a backseat, but the only new features that we get are forced as a reply to Apple’s competitors.

This year, the rumored iPhone 8 is expected to bring Apple back into the game. Firstly, the device is rumored with the very important OLED upgrade. Apple’s lack of adequate supply chain resources have left the company embarrassingly behind in this critical display upgrade. The smartphone is also rumored to feature a virtual fingerprint sensor, just like the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ had been rumored to prior to their launch.

Today’s alleged shell images for the iPhone 8 surface straight out of China. They’re based on the schematics for the device that have leaked earlier. The shell in itself looks very unorthodox. The iPhone’s back is generally very smooth, with Apple’s love of minimalism being at its strongest. Now that there’s* a fingerprint sensor right at the center, this breaks the previous approach on the lineup’s design. At least Apple’s more thoughtful and has placed the sensor at the center of the iPhone, rather than at the top like the Galaxy S8. This will make using the device much easier, especially for one-handed use.

Other changes in addition to the rear fingerprint sensor is the dual camera sensor arrangement. Apple debuted the feature on the iPhone lineup with the iPhone 7 Plus last year. Now, with the iPhone 8, we’ll see the sensors arranged vertically, rather than horizontally. If these images are accurate, then Apple must have a really good reason to make the change. However, such a sensor arrangement makes us doubt the authenticity of today’s images. Vertical sensors simply don’t make sense. Take it with a grain of salt and let us know what you think in the comments section below. We’ll keep you updated on the latest.
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Video inside This $9,000 gaming laptop needs its own roadies

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Video inside Neil DeGrasse Tyson Calls Out Anti-Science Mob

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The astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson has released a video urging Americans to change how they relate to science.

Tyson posted the video on his Facebook page alongside this note:

"Dear Facebook Universe,

"I offer this four-minute video on 'Science in America' containing what may be the most important words I have ever spoken.

"As always, but especially these days, keep looking up."

Tyson's message in the video centers on what he sees as a worrisome decline in scientific literacy in the US.

"Science is a fundamental part of the country that we are," he says in the video. "But in this, the 21st century, when it comes time to make decisions about science, it seems that people have lost the ability to judge what is true and what is not."

That shift, he says, is a "recipe for the complete dismantling of our informed democracy."

Tyson's speech is interspersed with clips of political debates and news. The video cuts to a clip of Vice President Mike Pence, then a congressman speaking on the floor of the House of Representatives.

"Let us demand that educators around America teach evolution not as fact, but as theory," Pence says in the clip.

The role of science, Tyson says, is to provide the factual grounding for politics. The role of politics is to decide what to do about those facts.

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7 days ago

Article inside Verizon reports a loss in wireless customers for the first time ever

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Verizon said it suffered its first-ever quarterly net loss of paying wireless subscribers as it struggles to get customers to pay a premium for its once-dominant services.

Verizon said it lost 307,000 retail postpaid subscribers on a net basis in the first quarter — painfully short of the 222,000 new subscribers Wall Street had been expecting, according to market research firm FactSet StreetAccount.

The surprise swing to a subscriber loss came despite Verizon relaunching an unlimited data plan in February. To make matters worse, the new, generous offer took a bite out of Verizon’s wireless revenue, sending it 5.1 percent lower to $20.9 billion.

Churn, or customer defections, among wireless retail customers who pay bills on a monthly basis increased to 1.15 percent of total wireless subscribers, compared with the average analyst estimate of 1.03 percent, according to FactSet.

Shares of the No. 1 US wireless carrier were recently off 1 percent at $48.44 in afternoon trading.

Verizon is struggling to fend off smaller rivals T-Mobile and Sprint in a maturing market.

“They badly missed on every important subscriber metric, and it just underscores that the wireless business is a severely growth-challenged business at the moment,” Craig Moffett, an analyst at MoffettNathanson, said in an interview.

In February, Verizon announced that it would offer an unlimited data plan for the first time in more than five years.

The company has also pursued revenue streams outside its core wireless business. In February, it said it would buy Yahoo’s core business for $4.48 billion, lowering its original offer by $350 million in the wake of two massive cyber-attacks at the internet company.

The deal brings to Verizon Yahoo’s more than 1 billion users and a wealth of data it can use to offer more targeted advertising.

Industry analysts have questioned whether the company will pursue a more transformative deal as its main competitor, AT&T, seeks to diversify its business through a planned acquisition of Time Warner. Earlier this week, Verizon Chief Executive Lowell McAdam said he is open to deal talks with companies ranging from Comcast to Walt Disney.

Verizon said net income fell to $3.45 billion, or 84 cents per share, in the first quarter ended March 31, from $4.31 billion, or $1.06 per share, a year earlier. Excluding items, earnings per share was 95 cents.

Total operating revenue fell to $29.81 billion from $32.17 billion a year earlier.

According to Thomson Reuters I/B/E/S, analysts had expected adjusted earnings per share of 99 cents and revenue of $30.77 billion.

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7 days ago

Video inside All-electric flying car take its first test flight

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Flying cars, that perennial dream for futurists that always seem to be at least five years away, may be a little closer to reality than we realize. A lot of prototypes have been showcased recently, and a lot of money is being tossed around. More people than ever seem to buy into the crazy notion that in the near future we’ll be buzzing between rooftops in private, autonomous drones. Today, Munich-based Lilium Aviation announced an important milestone: the first test flight of its all-electric, two-seater, vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) prototype.

In a video provided by the Munich-based startup, the aircraft can be seen taking off vertically like a helicopter, and then accelerating into forward flight using wing-borne lift.

The craft is powered by 36 separate jet engines mounted on its 10-meter long wings via 12 movable flaps[/I]. At take-off, the flaps are pointed downwards to provide vertical lift. And once airborne, the flaps gradually tilt into a horizontal position, providing forward thrust.

During the tests, the jet was piloted remotely, but its operators say their first manned flight is close-at-hand. And Lilium claims that its electric battery “consumes around 90 percent less energy than drone-style aircraft,” enabling the aircraft to achieve a range of 300 kilometers (183 miles) with a maximum cruising speed of 300 kph (183 mph).

[B]In many ways, electric-powered aviation is still in its infancy.[ Electric cars with thousand-pound batteries generally max out at 300 miles per charge. The most sophisticated electric aircraft today can barely muster an hour aloft at 99 mph — and that’s without vertical take-off and landing. But Patrick Nathen, co-founder of Lilium Jet and the startup’s head of calculation and design, said their battery technology will get the job done.

“It’s the same battery that you can find in any Tesla,” Nathen told The Verge. “The concept is that we are lifting with our wings as soon as we progress into the air with velocity, which makes our airplane very efficient. Compared to other flights, we have extremely low power consumption.”

Safety is a major emphasis at Lilium, Nathen added. While the startup is working toward having its aircraft piloted autonomously, it intends to use human pilots in the meantime. There will be parachutes on board, and something called the “Flight Envelope Protection System” will prevents the pilot from performing maneuvers or flying the aircraft beyond safe flight parameters.

The plan is to eventually build a 5-passenger version of the jet. So anyone who dreams of a minivan version of the Jetsons’ flying car, this craft is for you. And naturally, Lilium envisions its aircraft used in dense, urban areas in an on-demand capacity. Pull out your smartphone, book a seat, and make your way to the nearest launchpad, which can be found at street level or on a nearby rooftop. Like Uber, but for flying cars (even though Uber is already working on its own version).
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Video inside Youll be able to pre-order the Galaxy Book in the US on April 21

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Samsung has announced that the Galaxy Book, which made its debut at MWC back in February, will go up for pre-order in the United States on April 21, with prices starting at $630 for the 10.6-inch variant and $1,130 for the 12-inch model, and maxing out at $1,300 for the LTE version of the latter.

“Today’s young professionals and entrepreneurs require a device that allows them to work without any limitations,” said Alanna Cotton, VM of Product Marketing. “We are excited to bring to market the Samsung Galaxy Book LTE and Wi-Fi models, offering a 2-in-1 PC portfolio that delivers on power and performance.”

After a brief pre-order period, the Galaxy Book will start shipping and appear on shelves in brick-and-mortar stores on May 21. Best Buy was quick to point out that it’ll hold exclusivity over the black color variant, while all other retailers in the region will receive the standard silver model.

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