Just in case you need another confirmation that Samsung is preparing to launch its new line of Galaxy Book laptops, the Wi-Fi Alliance has recently approved two variants of the Galaxy Book Go. Same as when the laptop was approved by the FCC, the two variants carry model numbers NP340XLA and NP345XLA.
As expected, the Wi-Fi Alliance describes the product as a ‘Laptop Computer,’ though the final moniker isn’t mentioned anywhere. Specifications are also scarce but the regulatory body confirms that the notebook runs Windows 10.
At the end of the day, it doesn’t really matter if the WFA hasn’t revealed any technical details. They’ve already been uncovered weeks ago, but the WFA application further confirms that the Galaxy Book Go launch is just around the corner. After all, Samsung has already announced the unveiling date, so it’s only natural for the company to prepare the device for launch by gaining the necessary approvals.
Galaxy Book Go quick spec recap
The Galaxy Book Go will be revealed on April 28 alongside the Galaxy Book Pro and the Galaxy Book Pro 360. The Book Go is expected to be the only model of the three to feature a Snapdragon chipset, specifically the 8cx SoC. Meanwhile, the Book Pro and Book Pro 360 are expected to pack Intel’s 11th generation Core chipsets.
Other alleged specs for the lightweight model include 4GB/8GB LPDDR4X RAM, 128/256GB of built-in storage, dual-band Wi-Fi b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.1 LTE, and a 14-inch FHD display. Prices remain unknown but we’re bound to find out more later this month at the upcoming Galaxy Unpacked virtual event.