Samsung had launched the Samsung Galaxy Book Go and Galaxy Book Go 5G notebooks last year. According to recent reports, Samsung is developing a slew of new Galaxy Book gadgets. The Galaxy Book 2 Go Wi-Fi and Galaxy Book 2 Go 5G have recently emerged in the Bluetooth SIG database, and their support pages have gone live on the brand’s official website. The two Samsung laptops have now been discovered on the US FCC certification website, revealing their specs.
According to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website, the Samsung Galaxy Book2 Go Wi-Fi and Galaxy Book2 Go 5G bear the codenames Hermes 14′′ (WiFi) and Hermes 14′′ (5G), respectively. This implies that the gadgets will have a 14-inch display.
Interestingly, the listing indicates that the cellular variant will be available in Silver and Light Grey, whilst the Wi-Fi model would only be available in Light Grey. They are listed as supporting 45W charging. Additionally, the FCC says that the Galaxy Book 2 Go Wi-Fi will measure 224mm x 15mm x 324mm.
The notebooks were earlier seen on the Bluetooth SIG website, which verified the Samsung Galaxy Book2 Go (model number NP340XNA) and Book2 Go 5G (NP345XNA) will include Bluetooth v5.2. They will most likely ship with Windows 11. According to rumors, the Galaxy Book2 Go series will support both Qualcomm FastConnect 6700 and Wi-Fi 6E.
The support pages for the two Samsung handsets have also gone up on the brand’s UK support website, indicating an imminent release. The laptops’ specifications are still limited. The Korean corporation has yet to disclose anything regarding the next Galaxy books. We should learn more about them in the near future.