Samsung has just launched the Galaxy Book3 Ultra, its most premium laptop to date. This was the top-specced laptop of its new Galaxy Book3 series which was unveiled alongside the new Galaxy S23 series at the Galaxy Unpacked February 2023 event.
The Galaxy Book3 Ultra is a 16-inch laptop with a Dynamic AMOLED 2x Display with a 3K (2880×1800) resolution and an adaptive 120Hz refresh rate. The panel is also VESA ClearMR and Display HDR TRUE BLACK 500 certified.
Under the hood, you have the option to get either a 13th-generation Intel Core i7 or i9 processor and either an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4050 laptop GPU or an RTX 4070 laptop GPU.
The Ultra laptop also comes with an AKG Quad Speaker with 2 5W woofers and 2 2W tweeters with support for Dolby Atmos. Moreover, it has studio-quality dual microphones along with AI Noise Canceling. It is also equipped with an FHD camera.
The laptop has the Samsung Multi Control feature that lets you control your PC, Galaxy Tab, and Galaxy smartphone with the Galaxy Book3 series keyboard and trackpad.
Samsung Galaxy Book3 Ultra Full Specs
|Dimensions||355.4 x 250.4 x 16.5 mm|
|CPU||13th Gen Intel Core i7 (Intel EVO)|
13th Gen Intel Core i9 (Intel EVO)
|GPU||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Laptop GPU|
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4050 Laptop GPU
|Storage||512GB/1TB SSD (PCIe)|
|Display||16-inch Dynamic AMOLED 2X|
120Hz refresh rate
802.11 ax 2×2
|Ports||2 x Thunderbolt 4|
1 x USB Type-A
1 x HDMI 2.0
1 x 3.5mm headphone mic combo
1 x microSD card
Samsung Galaxy Book3 Ultra Pricing and Availability
The Samsung Galaxy Book3 Ultra is available in a Graphite color option and will be available in select markets starting February 22.
In the US, it is priced at:
- Intel Core i7 + 16BG RAM + 512GB storage – USD 2,199.99 (around PHP 119,200)
- Intel Core i7 + 16GB RAM + 1TB storage – USD 2,399.99 (around PHP 130,100)
- Intel Core i9 + 32GB RAM + 512GB storage – USD 2,799.99 (around PHP 151,800)
- Intel Core i9 + 32GB RAM + 1TB storage – USD 2,999.99 (around PHP 162,600)
*Prices in PHP are direct conversions using the exchange rate at the time the content was published. These are not indicative of actual local pricing and don’t include additional costs like taxes, etc.