Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Book Pro series in April, a more serious laptop line with Intel processors and AMOLED displays. The Samsung Galaxy Book Go series, which is powered by Qualcomm hardware, has now been unveiled.
The Galaxy Book Go is available in two versions, one with only LTE support and the other with 5G. The Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 processor is used in the first model, while the Snapdragon 8cx Gen 2 processor is used in the 5G model. 4GB or 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM, up to 128GB of eUFS storage, and a 42.3Wh battery round out the package. A 25W USB-C fast charger is used to recharge the latter.
Aside from the silicon, the two models have a lot in common in terms of features and dimensions. A 14-inch TFT display with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels is encased in a 14.9mm thick shell. The Galaxy Book Go is 1.38kg in weight, which should be sufficient for frequent travelers.
A 720p webcam, Dolby Atmos support with its speakers, Wi-Fi 5 support, and Bluetooth 5.1 are also included in the Samsung Galaxy Book Go. Two USB-C ports are included, as well as one USB-A port, a headphone/mic combo jack, a microSD card slot, and a Nano SIM card slot.
The Galaxy Book Go series also runs Windows 10, with Home and Pro editions available. Naturally, the OS includes with Your Phone app, which allows Samsung smartphone users to run multiple Android apps on their laptops.
Price and availability of the Samsung Galaxy Book Go
The Galaxy Book Go is available in two versions: Wi-Fi only and LTE. Both will cost $349 (roughly Rs. 25,500) and will be available in “select markets.” However, if you want the 5G model, you’ll have to wait a little longer. This product will be available “later this year,” according to Samsung. The silver colorway will be available on all models.
Source: Android Authority