Samsung debuted its Galaxy Book Pro at Wednesday’s Unpacked 2021 event. Along with manifesting the new launch of the particular laptop, Samsung might have just released some enthusiastic gamers in the town. Yes, you heard it right, Samsung is going to unleash its Galaxy Book Odyssey. It is a launch instilled one for the future gen gamers.
The Galaxy Book Odyssey is Samsung gaming-focused 15.6-inch laptop powered by an 11th-gen Intel Core H Series processor and an Nvidia RTX 3050Ti GPU. It also will have up to 32GB of RAM, up to 2TB of SSD storage, and an advanced cooling system, and it will come in Mystic Black. However, when it comes to specifications that you might feel would prove to wonder, Samsung has lagged in improving key aspects. The constraints in the Galaxy Book Odyssey start with its pricing, which is rumored to be around $1,399.
Samsung started its Odyssey gaming line in 2017 but has done a little especially when it comes to the gaming world. The gaming world has conspired to one of the most intriguing lines of revenue for most tech companies these days. Why hasn’t Samsung adhered to extending its plans in the United States is beyond explanation. The conflicting battle between Apple and the parent company might be a deluded reason as Apple’s headquarters and operations are conducted from the United States, and it has covered a large customer base over the years.