Samsung Galaxy Book Go Powered by Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 SoC Will be Launched in India Soon

Samsung is getting ready to launch the Galaxy Book2 Pro 360, it’s a premium laptop, in India. The machine will be available on Amazon, according to the company, and we are waiting for the launch date. The Samsung Galaxy Book Go will be released in India soon, according to a Flipkart listing. In addition, the product’s pre-order date has been revealed by the e-commerce site.

Flipkart has listed the Samsung Galaxy Book Go

Flipkart has listed the Samsung Galaxy Book Go ahead of its official launch. The same laptop was released worldwide in June of last year. The Samsung Galaxy Book Go will be available for pre-order in India beginning March 18, so the announcement should happen soon. Surprisingly, the Flipkart URL refers to the Galaxy Book2, but the Galaxy Book Go’s specifications are identical.

Samsung Galaxy Book Go

Specifications for the Samsung Galaxy Book Go

The Samsung Galaxy Book Go’s 14-inch Full HD IPS LCD display has a 180-degree hinge. The laptop has a thickness of 14.9mm and weighs about 1.38kg. The Galaxy Book Go includes Dolby Atmos audio support as well as a 720p webcam for selfies and video calls. The laptop has also been certified by the US military as MIL-STD-810G.

The Samsung Galaxy Book Go, which is designed specifically for laptops, is powered by Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 processor. The device comes in two different flavours: 4GB RAM + 64GB storage and 8GB RAM + 128GB storage. The laptop has a battery life of up to 18 hours of video playback on a single charge and supports USB Type-C fast charging.

Samsung ecosystem features such as quick sharing, simple Bluetooth connection, SmartThings, second screen, and Galaxy Book smart switch will all be available on the laptop. You can connect to another device and share photos, videos, and files wirelessly using the quick share features. The Galaxy Tab, such as the S7 and S8 series, can be used as a secondary screen in addition to the Galaxy Book. On either side of the Galaxy Book Go are two USB Type-C ports, one USB 2.0 port, a micro SD card slot, a microphone, and a security slot. In the United States, the Galaxy Book Go costs $349, which is roughly Rs 26,700 in India.

Samsung is preparing to launch the Freestyle 180-degree projector in India, according to popular tipster Ishan Agarwal. This projector has a 5W speaker and can project images in Full HD resolution up to 100 inches. Hotstar, YouTube, and Netflix will also be supported.

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