Samsung finally unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Book Go today, a 14-inch Windows 10 Home / Pro laptop powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c and 8c processors. It will launch from $349 during the summer, but has not started taking orders just yet.
As our readers know, we covered the Samsung Galaxy Book Go benchmark performance months ago already.
So the Samsung Galaxy Book Go is the latest iteration of what originally started out as a 12-inch Window 2-in-1 tablet with Intel Core processor, hence the Galaxy legacy. But as we can see, it has changed a lot over the years.
The 14-inch screen features Full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080, with other main hardware being 4GB or 8GB LPDDR4x RAM, and 64GB or 128GB of eUFS storage. The optional 5G model is the one with the 8c processor.
It is meant to be a cheap laptop that’s portable, but despite its 14-inch screen, it fails to set any new weight saving records with a weight of 1380 grams and thickness of 14.9mm.
Other specs worth mentioning includes a 720p HD webcam on the front, stereo speakser with Dolby Atmos, a 25W fast charger through the USB C port, and according to Samsung; a military-grade durability, meaning the MIL-STD810G standard.
– Tom Bowen