At the time, it was speculated that the brand might launch a new device called the Galaxy Book Go in the near future.
In December, Samsung registered the name “Book Go” with the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). At the time, it was speculated that the brand might launch a new device called the Galaxy Book Go in the near future. Now a leakster announced the specifications of the Galaxy Book Pro as well as the Galaxy Book Go devices. The leakster says these devices will be official in May.
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According to the images shared by the Leakster, the Galaxy Book Go will have the fastest Qualcomm processor in the Galaxy Book models. It will have a 14-inch screen that supports Full HD resolution and it will run Windows 10 Home.
The Galaxy Book Go will be available in two processor options. The Snapdragon 7 model has 4GB of LPDDR4x RAM and 128GB of UFS storage, while the superior model has a newer version of the Snapdragon 8CX chipset called Gen. X. Compared to the Snapdragon 8cx Gen. 1, the new Gen. X processor achieves a CPU performance of up to 10% and an improved GPU performance of up to 40%. This model has 8 GB of LPPDD4x RAM and 256 GB of UFS storage.
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The key specs of the upcoming Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 were recently released. These models are expected to ship with 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch screens. The same leak also shared another image showing the Galaxy Book Pro’s specs.
This information mentions that the device has an AMOLED Full HD screen and is available in 11th generation Intel CPU versions such as i3, i5 and i7. The processor comes with the Intel Iris X GPU and the Nvidia 450 GPU. It will include features like support for S-Pen, Thunderbolt 4, LTE (optional), secondary display, Samsung DeX, Link to Windows, and more.
The Galaxy Book Pro is available in two colors such as silver and denim blue. It is up to 11.7 mm thick and weighs around 1,072 grams.
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