Samsung seems to be clearly all about tablets this coming MWC 2017. Even though the company won't yet specifically name it, the Galaxy Tab S3 is set to launch next week. However, it might not be the only tablet lined up, not even the only OS. There have been speculations circulating about a Galaxy TabPro S successor, though, based on an app that popped up at the Windows Store, it won't be called a Galaxy TabPro S2. Instead, it might be called the "Galaxy Book."
Samsung Galaxy Book
This so-called Galaxy Book is a Windows 10 device which is already given since the app was found on the Windows app store. Whether the Galaxy Book will be much different from the Galaxy TabPro S or replaces it, still remains unclear. The "Samsung Galaxy Book" could be a rival for the Microsoft Surface Book afterward. According to a source, Samsung released a "Book Settings" app in the Windows Store in the weekend including references to a separate unannounced Samsung Galaxy Book. The app is designed to offer additional settings for a stylus, the AMOLED display, the ability to add a pattern unlock like Android, and a battery life extender.
Samsung Galaxy Book Availability
Furthermore, the Galaxy Book still remains uncertain when it comes to the looks and design. Will it flip and fold like a Lenovo Yoga Book or will it come detachable like a Microsoft Surface Book? Again, there is no official word from Samsung yet but considering the Galaxy TabPro S was a tablet with a keyboard cover as same with the Apple Smart Keyboard. Samsung is holding a press event at Mobile World Congress next Sunday, and we are expecting to hear full details about the company's plans for the Galaxy Book this year.