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Samsung yesterday announced its two new range of laptops Notebook 5 and Notebook 3. The two devices comes with pre installed Windows 10. Both Notebook 5 and Notebook 3 are powered by Intel Core i7 Quad Core processors.

The Notebook 5 comes with a 15 inch display in a Light Titan color with a metal body. On the other hand Samsung has announced the Notebook 3 in two display variants 15 and 14 inches respectively with four different colors – Misty Gray, Night Charcoal, Deep Peach and Pure White.

As disclosed both the devices are powered with Intel Core i7 quadcore processor with NVIDIA GeForce graphics card. The device are also expected to include anti glare panel for daily use customers with full HD resolution.

The Samsung Notebook 3 comes with 14 inch and 15 inch display powered by Intel Quad Core 7th and 8th Generation processors, 2GB Memory with a VGA Camera. The Notebook 3 as confirmed above is available in four different colors for customers.

The Samsung Notebook 5 comes with 15 inch display with Full HD Wide Viewing along with DDR 4 Memory. The device will be packed with a VGA Camera and comes in a single color Light Titan.

Samsung plans to launch both the laptops in Korea in April with a wider availability planned for the April Q2. The Notebook 5 and Notebook 3 weighs 19.6mm and 19.9mm wide respectively.

The company has not yet revealed the pricing details of both the devices and we expect to get more details on the pricing once the device is officially released in Korea in the first quarter of April.

We will be updating this article once we have more info on the pricing of Samsung’s new Notebook 5 and Notebook 3 once they are available.

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