Samsung launches cheaper Galaxy Book4 in India

Peter, 27 March 2024

Samsung brought three of its Galaxy Book4 laptops to India back in February, however, the cheaper vanilla model was missing. That changes today – the base Samsung Galaxy Book4 is available at ₹75,000.

Samsung launches cheaper Galaxy Book4 in India

This is the starting price, you can get bank cashback of ₹5,000 or an upgrade bonus up to ₹4,000. Students can get a 10% discount. And if you don’t want to pay a lump sum, there is a no-cost EMI up to 24 months available.

Samsung Galaxy Book4 in Gray Samsung Galaxy Book4 in Silver
Samsung Galaxy Book4 in Gray and Silver

Here is a more detailed pricing breakdown for the various versions of the Book4. You can pick between an Intel Core 5 (120U) and Core 7 (150U), with 8GB or 16GB of RAM (LPDDR4x). Storage is 512GB (NVMe), there is a second NVMe slot available for more. The color options are Gray and Silver.

Samsung Galaxy Book4
Core 5 Core 7
8GB ₹75,000 -
16GB ₹80,000 ₹90,000
Storage 512GB

For comparison, the Samsung Galaxy Book4 360 starts at ₹115,000, while the Galaxy Book4 Pro 360 is ₹164,000 and up.

As for the base Galaxy Book4, it has a 15.6” 1080p LCD encased in a metal body that weighs just 1.55kg. It has a 54Wh battery that charges over USB-C (45W adapter included in the box). Here is a closer look at the connectivity options:

Samsung launches cheaper Galaxy Book4 in India

The laptop also boasts stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos. Part of the Book4 series tool set includes AI (of course), so the laptop can help you retouch old photos with Photo Remaster and edit videos with Samsung Studio. It also has full integration with the Galaxy ecosystem, so you can do things like use your phone as a web cam, use the Galaxy Buds auto switch feature and so on.

Samsung Photo Remaster Samsung Studio
Samsung Photo Remaster • Samsung Studio

You can find the Galaxy Book4 (and its siblings) on The laptop can also be bought from leading online stores and select brick and mortar stores.



Reader comments

  • Anonymous
  • 30 Mar 2024
  • YYX

Salty or not, he’s right.

  • Anonymous
  • 28 Mar 2024
  • 7ki

Why so salty? overpriced, be it in dollars or in rupees.

Is this site runed from India? Why are articles about india written without prices in dollars in bracket. but it is done in almost all articles about sales price from other countries. You readers are international and articles should be written wi...

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