Samsung 13.3” Galaxy Book2 Pro Laptop Computer, i7 / 8GB / 512GB, 12th Gen Intel Core Processor, Evo Certified, Lightweight, 2022 Model, Graphite

(10 customer reviews)


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  • Aspect Ratio:16:9.Voltage:7.6 volts
  • POWERFUL, FAST, AMAZING: Our new laptop is packed with the premium performance you’ve come to expect from Samsung — plus some; It’s powered by the latest 12th Gen Evo-certified Intel processor, our most powerful available CPU yet
  • THIN, LIGHT, POWERFUL: With a PC this powerful, you’ll want to take it with you wherever you go; And you can! At less than 2 pounds, Galaxy Book2 Pro is our thinnest and lightest laptop yet
  • BRILLIANT, BRIGHT, BEAUTIFUL: Whether you’re scrolling through your social feed or video chatting with your bestie, everything looks amazing on a stunning AMOLED screen that’s up to 33% brighter;* Available in two sizes (13.3″ and 15.6″)
  • VIDEO CHAT IN HIGH DEFINITION: Galaxy Book2 Pro features an upgraded full HD camera with a 1080p wide-angle view that’s 2x clearer* than before; You’ll sound amazing too with upgraded Dolby Atmos sound and intelligent noise canceling
  • LONG LASTING CHARGE, POWERS UP FAST: Galaxy Book2 Pro features our longest-lasting battery to keep you going for hours and hours on a single charge; When you finally do need a jolt of power, get energized faster with a universal fast charger that gets you 40% of battery power back in just 30 minutes
  • INNOVATION THAT MOVES YOU FORWARD: Get the combined capabilities of a laptop and a tablet with a versatile 2 in 1 design that features a 360° hinge; Bring ideas to life on the screen with an included S Pen that feels like a real pen
  • UNITE YOUR GALAXY, MULTIPLY THE POSSIBILITIES: All of your Galaxy devices sync to help you do more; Pair them up and take control of an interconnected network of seemingly unlimited possibilities; Access a file, photo or text on any device
Standing screen display size

‎13.3 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080 pixels

Max Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080 Pixels


‎2.1 GHz core_i7



Memory Speed

‎64 MHz

Hard Drive

‎512 GB SSD

Graphics Coprocessor

‎Intel Iris Xe Graphics

Chipset Brand


Card Description


Graphics Card Ram Size

‎8 TB

Wireless Type


Average Battery Life in hours

‎30 minutes


‎Samsung Electronics


‎Galaxy Book2 Pro

Item model number


Hardware Platform


Operating System

‎Windows 11 Home

Item Weight

‎1.92 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎11.98 x 7.87 x 0.44 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎11.98 x 7.87 x 0.44 inches



Processor Brand


Number of Processors


Flash Memory Size

‎512 GB

Power Source

‎Battery Powered


‎7.6 Volts


‎1 Lithium Ion batteries required. (included)

10 reviews for Samsung 13.3” Galaxy Book2 Pro Laptop Computer, i7 / 8GB / 512GB, 12th Gen Intel Core Processor, Evo Certified, Lightweight, 2022 Model, Graphite

  1. kenny

    Really disappointed that I bought this particular laptop for the drawing capability. The advert advises S Pen included, however it was not. False advertising I say!

  2. Nick Kharshiladze

    I bought an used in good condition from Amazon warehouse and I can say it is in excellent condition. not even a scratch and like new. Always worth buying some used stuff from Amazon.
    As far as for Laptop,
    Beautiful Design ✓
    Nice Permofrmance ✓
    Build Quality ✓
    Good sound and battery ✓
    Camera X Naaaaah

  3. Shaun Cole

    Really love the design and how slick it is.

  4. Jaiani

    Delivery took ard 17days..
    Consider alright since if from US shipment via DHL.
    Item seem good..need to test the device. Speaker was good and ok to me.. most feedback not so loud..but I find it good.. laptop is slim and light. 13.3 inch, i7 model,512gb. Screen on 60hz still looks good due to super ambled screen

  5. Don Berry

    Bom notebook. Só difícil de usar o teclado.

  6. Amazon Customer

    Purchased as “Used – Acceptable” – Feb. 2023 (review 8 months later)
    When it arrived it was in PERFECT condition – looked brand new.

    + extremely lightweight and thin
    + looks great
    + fast charging
    + good battery life
    + display is rich and vibrant and really bright
    + good performance
    + quiet and doesn’t overheat
    + fingerprint scanner works great
    + keyboard is responsive and quiet

    – camera quailty is disappointing, always seems a bit blurry not crisp
    – Windows Hello doesn’t work (face scan)

    To Note:
    I thought the sound was terrible at first, but search for the Dolby Access App –> Settings –> Turn on Dolby Atmos Effects. Instantly makes the sound much better.

  7. Sayan Bhattacharya

    This is my first non-Mac computer in 15 years, and all I can say is Apple lost my business for not making a 15″ MacBook Air. Hopefully some day in the near future. The Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro is a wow machine though!!

    To have a like for like comparison I bought a MacBook Air (13.3″) and The Galaxy Book2 Pro (15.6″) together … and the 15.6″ Samsung is lighter than the 13.3″ MacBook Air!! Let that sink for a bit. The dog-eat-dog world has gotten so crazy that 15.6″ laptops have gotten lighter than 13.3″ Ultra-premium laptops!!! What a wonderful time to be alive 🙂

    About the Samsung Galaxy Book2Pro:
    The Pros:
    1. Great Display – Easily better than the MacBookAir (No, I don’t mean that the blacks are better, or picture is sharper. Just that a 15.6″ inch AMOLED display will any day blow away a 13.3″ inch Retina display. Not because is AMOLED is better than Retina, but that 15.6″ vs 13.3″ is a hump that you can not cross.

    2. Insanely light weight: This is perhaps the lightest laptop that I have handled. The fact that it is 15.6″ laptop is insane!

    3. Noise: I believe that there is a fan, however I have never heard it. So far I use it to Code – AI/ML and consume media (Hi-Def movies/Series)

    4. Keyboard and track-pad – High-quality keyboard and trackpad. I don’t click on the track-pad, but tap instead. That makes the experience ultra-premium and noiseless.

    5. Connections: While it is true that anyone plonking 4 figure $$ for a laptop, can also buy $20-$30 connectors, it does feel good to have a HDMI out built in along with 2 USB-Cs, 1 USB-A, and one micro-SD card. This an AHA moment – with the MicroSD card slot, you can expand your storage by orders of Terabytes as Micro-SD cards become increasingly cheaper.

    The meh:
    1. Battery life: – I am not one to drain my battery life entirely or reduce brightness to reduce recharge frequencies. As such I see that I have to recharge at the end of 8-9 hours. Not majorly complaining, but I would say that it will worsen with age.

    The Bad:
    1. The Stickers: It is down-right fugly when there are stickers on your laptop. I have one for energy star and one for Intel Evo. I wish these things would stop on Windows laptops.
    2. The speakers: I cant really hear a difference in loudness as compared to my MacBook Air, but these speakers are not very loud.
    3. The Hinge: The screen hinge wobbles (ever so slightly). It remains set once the angle screen angle is fixed, but I was disappointed to find screen-wobble, having come from the Mac-world.

    Overall – Is this a MacBook killer? – Depends. You can get a fully souped-up MacBook Air – 8 Core CPU and 8 Core GPU, 16GB Ram and 1 TB SSD for $1650 (at the time of writing). The Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro costed me about $1150. While the MacBook Air is fan-less, and will have more power and battery life – It will always be heavier than the Samsung Galaxy Book2 Pro, and have a smaller screen, not to mention $500 more expensive. That is what it comes down to. I am going to keep this laptop, since as of now Apple has nothing to compete in the 15″ ultra-light, ultra-premium laptop space.

  8. Don Berry

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     Trusted seller. Amazing product and I just love the laptop. I absolutely love it

  9. Nick Kharshiladze

    love it. thunderbolt 4 works very well. the screen is gorgeous and crystal clear. very fast–no delays.

    i had a samsung note 9 so i’ll note the improvements over that one:
    1. smoother feeling, better keyboard
    2. faster although the notebook 9 had no slow downs
    3. 1080 webcam–is quite good
    4. the trackpad is really smooth–but it is too big so i keep accidentally hitting it when typing. i wish there were a setting to turn off the upper right and upper left parts of the touch pad. same problem as in the note book 9
    5. the screen is a bit bigger–seems bigger, is minorily/modestly noticeable improved
    6. LOVE the samsung quick search–i can actually find files now–windows search remains terrible.
    7. transition has gone well from notebook 9 but gosh, so many passwords and secondary text message confirmations of that–a lot of time doing that. A LOT of time.
    8. windows 11 is okay but i replaced the taskbar and start menu with one that acts more like win 7/win 10 (startallback)
    9. better connection with my phone (samsung ultra 22)
    10. windows media player continues to work–needed so i can sync playlists with my phone BUT noe that ultra 22 samsung music player won’t play .wma files (so i spent a long time converting those files–though i could have left them as is and used the vlc player).

    overall–no regrets. great laptop. SO MUCH computer in such a LIGHT package. it is amazing.

  10. Jim Hanson

    First, I will note the shipping box had a hole it in when it arrived, but I couldn’t find any damage the day I opened it. After a few days I started to hear a slight click whenever I opened or closed the cover of the computer . I still couldn’t see anything wrong. Then about a week later I noticed the cover no longer fully matched with the corner of the keyboard when I closed it (see photo). So, I’d push it back in place and it would stay for a day or two and then misalign again. Yesterday I had a business trip for the first time since I got the computer and when I went to close it it made a loud popping sound. I discovered the case had come off the bottom of the computer where one of the hinges of the cover is at and underneath the frame of the computer was bent (see picture). I tried to bend it back into place but could not. I also noticed the frame at the bottom of the screen is starting to pull away from the screen (see picture). I’ll try to get it fixed under warranty, but this has been very disappointing. Edit Samsung will not fix a physical defect under warranty. So, now I have to see how much it will cost to have someone local fix it. I might just have to buy a new computer. It definitely won’t be a Samsung.

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