Microsoft may be getting ready to launch their much-anticipated Microsoft Surface Pro 5, and when it does come out, it will be contrasted and Samsung Galaxy Book. However, rivalry amongst Samsung and Microsoft is intriguing, because of the association between both companies.
At the point when Samsung reported that its Samsung Galaxy Book would use Windows 10, the rivalry kicked-off. This, according to Forbes technology analyst Ewan Spence, is a great news for Microsoft Surface since it must have picked up quite a few improvising details from the Samsung Galaxy Book.
Samsung Galaxy Book was first launched at Mobile World Congress (MWC) which was held in Barcelona, coming out as a contender of the Microsoft Surface Pro 5. It had features like LTE, which Microsoft did not have on its Surface Pro 4.
Besides, Samsung Galaxy Book is outfitted with Samsung’s propelled display innovation, Super AMOLED with FHD resolution. In term of the processor, Galaxy Book is controlled by the most recent processor from Intel, the seventh era Core i5 processor, code name Kaby Lake. Microsoft will likewise use a similar processor for Microsoft Surface Pro 5, as indicated by CNET.
However, if there’s something in which Microsoft could out rule the Samsung Galaxy Book, it could be its Surface Pen, which is expected to have new and exclusive features which – an upgrade from the previous Surface models. In the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 vs. Samsung Galaxy Book battle, Microsoft won’t have the capacity to match Samsung’s display innovation in its Surface. Users doubtlessly will have more pleasant viewing experience in Samsung Galaxy Book with the Super AMOLED display. So here, Samsung will bite on the cake.
The display might be the determining element between Samsung Galaxy Book and Microsoft Surface 5. Also, Microsoft never had an eye on Samsung here until it launched its Galaxy Book. Along these lines, Microsoft is extremely mindful before launching Microsoft Surface 5 – not to miss out on any features which it could include. Source: koreaportal