Samsung today officially announced the 14-inch Galaxy Book Go, powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 7C Gen2 platform, running on the Windows 10 operating system. In addition to a 5GHz WiFi connection, the device will also be available with LTE 4G, with a 5G version to follow. This product is cost-effective, sturdy and suitable for mobile office and educational purposes.
The Galaxy Book Go is 14.9mm thick and weighs 1.38kg. It has a 14-inch FHD LCD screen and can be expanded to 180°. The laptop can be equipped with 4GB/8GB LPDDR4X memory, storage specification of 64GB/128GB EUFS flash memory, built-in 42.3Wh battery. In addition, the product also supports Dolby Panoramic Sound technology, built-in high quality speakers.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 7C Gen 2 mobile platform was officially launched in May. This series of chips are manufactured using an 8nm process and equipped with an 8-core Kryo 468 processor with a maximum frequency of 2.55GHz. It also has an Adreno GPU core as well as AI computing power. Both the WiFi and LTE versions run on the Snapdragon 7C Gen 2 processor, while the 5G version runs on the 8CX Gen 2 platform.
Samsung says the laptop is seamless and can be easily connected to the Galaxy Tab S7 for dual screen use. With Quick Share, computers can Share photos, documents and transfer files between Galaxy devices. In addition, the laptop also supports the control of the smart home system, looking for Samsung phones.
Igeekphone has learned that the WiFi, LTE version of Samsung’s Galaxy Book Go laptop will be released in June this year, starting at about 2,228 yuan. A 5G version of the Galaxy Book Go will be released later this year. All products come in one color, and Samsung also offers Samsung Care+ warranties in selected markets to protect against broken screens and the risk of drops.