Samsung is currently gearing up for its upcoming Galaxy Unpacked event that is scheduled for April 28 i.e. next week. The chaebol is teasing the new event by announcing that it will launch the ‘most powerful Galaxy’ device. If you have no clue whatsoever, then you might want to know that Samsung is going to launch three new laptops. We’re looking at Galaxy Book Go, Galaxy Book Pro, and Galaxy Book Pro 360. Ahead of the official launch, support pages for the Go version of the offering are now live.
Galaxy Book Go support pages goes live in various regions!
Samsung has now published the support pages of its Galaxy Book Go laptop for the UK and Ireland region. This is not the first time we’re hearing about the laptop. In fact, it recently made its way to WiFi Alliance for regulatory certification. According to these support pages, the Book Go will bear the NP345XLAA-EXP model number. We’ve seen the same model number appearing in the past on WiFi Alliance and FCC listing.
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As expected, the support pages don’t really reveal anything about the notebook. It does indicate that the company is preparing the laptop for its official launch. For those who’re unaware, Samsung still hasn’t officially announced the products that it will arrive in the coming event. Since we’re looking at the ‘most powerful Galaxy’ device, then Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 make sense.
Considering the company is launching two new laptops under the lineup, we were expecting Galaxy Book Go to make an appearance as well. With the support pages going live, it is safe to assume that we have a higher chance of witnessing Galaxy Book Go launch alongside the other two powerful notebooks.
What to expect from the new notebook?
Well, Samsung, of course, hasn’t revealed any official information about its upcoming Galaxy Book Go laptop. Thanks to leaks and rumors, we know a thing or two already. For instance, the laptop will run on Qualcomm Snapdragon 7CX and 8CX chipset platforms. It will make use of the latest version of the Windows 10 operating system. We’re also looking at the 14-inch display, up to 8GB RAM, and up to 256GB built-in storage.
As the product will inch closer to the official launch, we might end up hearing more about it covering areas such as pricing and availability.