In December, Samsung acquired a new trademark “Book Go” through the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). After this purchase, the company was expected to launch a new device called Galaxy Book Go in the near future.
Recently, an editor shared the main features of the upcoming Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Go. In addition, the leaker stated that these devices will be available in May.
New Galaxy Books will offer different processor alternatives
According to the poster shared by the editor, the Galaxy Book Go will have a Qualcomm processor. It is also claimed that the computer, which is thought to come with the Windows 10 Home operating system, will have a 14-inch screen with Full HD resolution.
It is stated that the Galaxy Book Go, which is thought to be powered by the Qualcomm processor, will come with two different processor alternatives. The first processor model with Snapdragon 7c support has 4 GB LPDDR4x RAM and 128 GB UFS storage, while the higher model, Gen. It is predicted that it will have a newer version of the Snapdragon 8CX chipset, called X.
Gene. Compared to 1 Snapdragon 8cx, the new Gen. It is emphasized that the X processor will deliver up to 10 percent CPU performance and up to 40 percent improved GPU performance. In addition, the processor is expected to have 8 GB of LPPDD4x RAM and 256 GB of UFS storage.
According to the poster on the Galaxy Book Pro, it is claimed that the device has a Full HD AMOLED display and will be powered by Intel’s 11th Gen CPU versions such as i3, i5, and i7.
In addition, the computer is expected to include features such as S-Pen support, Thunderbolt 4, LTE, secondary display, Samsung DeX, Windows Link and more.