Samsung could be working on an unannounced Windows 10 based tablet. At least that appears to be the case with this particular app on the Windows Store. Book Settings is an app that appears to only work on a mysterious Galaxy Book device that has not been seen before this.
All that’s known at this moment is that the app exists on the Windows Store, and seems to be an extra layer of options for the device. What is interesting is that the hardware specifications for the app require an x86 architecture.
These two combined indicate that it could potentially be a sort of convertible PC. After all, the name certainly falls within the trend of calling convertible devices “Books”. The real fun at this point is guessing what kind of gimmick Samsung will be including on the Galaxy Book.
Galaxy branded devices from Samsung have traditionally run on Android, as the company drops the nomenclature when using other operating systems. This could represent a new direction in the company’s branding; since some markets tend to better recognise Samsung products under the Galaxy name.