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Samsung Galaxy Book Go Support Page Gets Live In The UK And Ireland

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Although the Galaxy Book Go is expected to make its debut during the “Galaxy Unpacked” event on April 28, Samsung’s official website in the UK and Ireland have already launched the phone’s support page before its launch. This happened many times in the past when the support page goes live before the actual launch of the device. Combined with the first leak in February, it is known that the key specifications of the device may include a 14-inch FHD resolution display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 7CX/8CX chipset, and pre-installed Windows 10 operating system.

However, the recently launched support page not only confirmed the existence of the Galaxy Book Go but also hinted that Samsung will release it soon. In addition, the company is expected to announce the new Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 together during the event on April 28.

Last week, we saw the certification information of the NP345XLA model on the Wi-Fi Alliance and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website. The same message has been released on the support page of the official website of the UK/Ireland region.

Similar to the Galaxy Book Go model disclosed by the Wi-Fi Alliance, the NP345XLAA-EXP may be a derivative model of the series, such as different memory, hard disk, and colour, or specifically for a specific market.

In addition, the tweet shared by WalkingCat shows that the Galaxy Book Go will be equipped with a 14-inch, Full HD resolution display, and an optional Qualcomm Snapdragon 7CX/8CX chipset.

In terms of storage, consumers can choose 4GB LPDDR4X RAM + 128GB UFS ROM, or 8GB LPDDR4X RAM + 256GB UFS ROM. After being unveiled at the April 28 conference, the Galaxy Book Pro will go on sale in May. As for the Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360, it is reported that they will use Intel’s 11th-generation processors and OLED displays. Finally, the official trailer of the “Galaxy Unpacked” conference is attached.