Samsung Galaxy Book Go Moniker Confirmed By Bluetooth SIG, FCC Reveals 34.5W Fast Charging and Design

The Galaxy Book Go has cleared the FCC and Bluetooth SIG certification, which does imply that its launch is imminent.

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Samsung is working towards the launch of the Galaxy Book Pro and the Galaxy Book Go. Back in January, the Galaxy Book Go and the Galaxy Book Pro specifications were tipped, which gave us an idea about what the laptops will offer. Now, in a recent development, the Galaxy Book Go has cleared the FCC certification ahead of launch. Additionally, the Galaxy Book Go has also appeared in the Bluetooth SIG certification database as well. This suggests the launch of these laptops are imminent. Let’s check out the details revealed by FCC and Bluetooth SIG certification ahead:

Samsung Galaxy Book Go Clears FCC, Bluetooth SIG Certification

If we go by the FCC certification, we can see that the Galaxy Book Go is listed with model number NP345XLA. Other than the model name, the FCC documents also reveal the design of this upcoming laptop. The Galaxy Book Go might offer 34.5W fast-charging support as well. Furthermore, as mentioned above, the Galaxy Book Go is even granted the Bluetooth SIG certification today which is listed with the same NP345XLA model number. Additionally, the listing even has the mention of Hermes which is believed to be the codename of the Galaxy Book Go. This same laptop variant also carries model numbers as NP345XLA and NP340XLA respectively. If we go by the listing, we can see that the Galaxy Book Go will have Bluetooth 5.1 support.

Also Read: Samsung Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 Monikers Revealed by Bluetooth SIG Certification

Past leak suggests us that the Galaxy Book Go will feature a 14-inch display with Full HD resolution. The upcoming Notebook will run on Windows 10 Home. Additionally, the Galaxy Book Go might be available in two different processor configurations and one of the models may pack Snapdragon 7c processor. The lower-end model might ship with 4GB of LPDDR4x RAM and 128 GB of UFS storage. On the other hand, the higher-end model may adopt a Snapdragon 8cx Gen X chipset,  8GB LPDDR4x RAM, and 256 GB UFS storage. Back in December 2020, Samsung had trademarked the Book Go moniker with European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO).

Alongside, the Galaxy Book Go and the Galaxy Book Pro, Samsung might be also working on the Galaxy Book Pro 360, which will have a 2-in-1 design. This particular model is supposed to be available in two sizes – 13.3-inch and 15.6-inch. Under the hood, the Galaxy Book Pro 360 might ship with 11th Gen Intel Core i5 and Core i7 CPUs. The Galaxy Book Pro 360 is supposed to be available in Wi-Fi and 5G models when it launches. It is tipped to come in Navy and Gold colour option.

As far as the launch of the Galaxy Book Go, Galaxy Book Pro, and the Galaxy Book Pro 360 is considered, Samsung is expected to unveil the new Galaxy Book lineup in May 2021. As the days pass, we should get to learn more details regarding these laptops.

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