Technical News | Samsung announces MWC 2022, teases new Galaxy Book and more to be unveiled at the event

Seoul [South Korea]Feb. 17 (ANI): South Korean tech giant Samsung has confirmed its attendance at Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2022. This comes almost more than a week after its Galaxy S22 flagship phones hit the market.

The news about the event was shared on the official Samsung Mobile Twitter account. The tweet read, “Redefine tomorrow with Galaxy. Stay tuned for #MWC2022.”

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In the small animation posted alongside the tweet, a laptop can be seen unfolding, before being joined by a collection of other Samsung products, including a smartwatch, smartphone and tablet.

The event will air on Samsung’s YouTube channel at 1 p.m. ET / 10 a.m. PT on February 27.

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In an accompanying blog post, Hark-sang Kim, head of Samsung Electronics’ new IT R&D team, gave some insight into the company’s priorities for its “next-generation Galaxy Book lineup.”

Kim said the goal is to provide a “seamless experience across devices and operating systems” with different Galaxy devices working together.

No concrete specifications for the laptop have been announced, but Intel is mentioned as a partner, The Verge reported.

According to GSM Arena, Samsung experiences will “transcend device and operating system”, and the partnership with Microsoft for access to Office, OneDrive and Outlook will go even further to “bring even more continuity to users”.

The new Galaxy Books will ship with Windows 11 and One UI Book 4 on top – this is a slightly customized interface that should bring better cross-device multitasking.

The next launch event comes a few weeks after Samsung announced its latest line of flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S22 series, as well as a new range of Android tablets. (ANI)

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