South Korean tech powerhouse Samsung is expected to hold the Galaxy Unpacked event on April 28 which is just days away. One of the products the tech giant is expected to unveil is the Galaxy Book Go. Now, expected specs of the entry-level notebook have appeared online ahead of the launch.
The details shared by WinFuture.de shows that the Galaxy Book Go will be the first ARM notebook to run on the Windows 10 operating system and offers several excellent features for its price. The laptop is said to adopt a retail price of around 449 Euros ($542) in Europe. The notebook will hit the US market for a starting price of $349 which should be for the non-LTE model.
Specs-wise, the Samsung Galaxy Book Go will feature a 14-inch HD display on an LCD screen. The laptop is LTE-enabled and weighs just 1.39kg. There are speculations that the LTE-capable version of the laptop will only be available in Germany, although no definitive statement has come out from Samsung in that regard. If the LTE version is specifically for the German market, then there would be other variants available to other markets.
The LTE version of the Samsung Galaxy Book Go has an LTE modem, USB multi ports with support for USB 2.0, Type-C, and USB 3.2, and Bluetooth 5.1 compatibility. The charging of the notebook’s battery is via the USB Type-C port, indicating fast charging capability, and the battery can last up to 18 hours on a full charge. The massive battery power of the notebook will surely endear it to a broad segment of the market, as its performance is far beyond the average.
Other expected features of the Galaxy Book Go include a fingerprint reader for customized unlocking of the laptop, a 720p camera, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of internal memory which can be expanded to 1TB via a microSD card slot. The small size of the RAM and the fact that it cannot be extended may be a drawback of the Galaxy Book Go, although the present 4GB RAM is a bit decent for many applications. The processor is the ARM-based Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c, with eight computing cores and an integrated LTE modem.
The Samsung Galaxy Book Go can be used as a portable business companion that could be used while on the move without the fear of unavailability of electricity supply. The LTE-enabled version is expected to go on sale in Germany.
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