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ARMs Race | Samsung Galaxy Book Go leaks in photos



Samsung may have passed on unveiling the Samsung Galaxy Book Go powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 7c at Samsung’s Unpacked event but continued leaks point to an immanent announcement.

We recently covered a Microsoft event focused on education where a number of sub-$400 Snapdragon 7c-powered laptops and 2in1’s were unveiled from less known brands. Now one of the most popular brands in the world is releasing another ARM PC, but this time powered by the Snapdragon 7c. Beyond the detailed specs, Samsung will bring their Galaxy software to the Galaxy Book Go, video above:

Samsung Galaxy Book Go rear Winfuture
Image credit WinFuture

Samsung’s support page is showing model number NP345XLAA-EXP for the first time and while there is no info on this page that points to any product type, but a simple search on the Wi-Fi Alliance Website, shows us the listing below (screenshot).

via Wi-Fi Alliance

WalkingCat via twitter posted this all the way back in February, stating that the device was coming in May.

via WalkingCat

Furthermore, Winfuture says Samsung will sell the Galaxy Book Go in the U.S. for $349, with a price like that, why buy a Chromebook? Here’s what we know so far about the Samsung Galaxy Book Go:

Samsung Galaxy Book Go front winfuture
Image credit WinFuture
ModelGalaxy Book Go (base model)
Operating SystemWindows 10 Home
Display14″ FHD
ChipQualcomm Snapdragon 7c, 8-Core, up to 2.4Ghz
Storage128GB UFS
CellularLTE (not in US)
ModelGalaxy Book Go (high-end model)
Operating SystemWindows 10 Home
Display14″ FHD
ChipQualcomm Snapdragon 8cx Gen3, 8-Core
Storage256GB UFS
PriceUnknown currently but probably around $1000

Are you thinking about buying a Samsung Galaxy Book Go; if so, are you think about the one powered by Snapdragon 7c or 8cx Gen3? Let us know in the comments below!



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