Out of nowhere, a mysterious Samsung made device dubbed – Samsung Galaxy Book Space made it to the Geekbench database earlier this week. Other than the fact that it is a Windows-based machine, with 8GB of system memory, with an 8-core processor sporting a base clock speed of 2.84GHz., we had no other clue about the device. Now, the device has appeared on the Bluetooth SIG website, but this time with the Galaxy Book S moniker.
It bears the SM-W767 model number as the Galaxy Book space that appeared on Geekbench a few hours ago. While it is apparently clear it will launch as part of Samsung’s Galaxy Book range, we are not certain whether or nor it will arrive as the Galaxy Book S or Galaxy Book Space. But is plausible the Book S is short for Book Space.
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Exact details are sketchy, but there are speculations the GalaxyBook S could be Samsung’s response to Microsoft’s Surface Pro 2. We have no clue when the device will launch but might have to wait till, perhaps, October, given that the Book 2 launched back in October 2018. Although we wouldn’t be surprised to see it launch alongside the Galaxy Note10 later in August.
8 cores. That sounds like a WOS device, maybe the Snapdragon 8cx?