Samsung Galaxy Book S was officially Bluetooth certified today with the model number Samsung SM-W767 in the mobile device category that 2-in-1 tablets belong to at the registrar.
The official name Samsung used for the approval was Samsung Galaxy Book S, so this would coincide somewhat with the mysterious Samsung Galaxy Space computer that was benchmarked last week with Windows 10, albeit 32-bit.
Very little new specs were confirmed by today’s Samsung Galaxy Book S approval other than the Bluetooth 5.0 it is fitted with.
If the Samsung Galaxy Book S is the Samsung Galaxy Space, then it may be powered by a octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon processor and of course the 8GB RAM we saw in the first two benchmark scores.
Since the Samsung SM-W767 is in the SM-W700 series that begun with the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S launched in March 2016, then we should expect the new Samsung Galaxy Book S to be a 12-inch Windows 10 2-in-1 tablet for the 2019-2020 model year too.
There are actually two 12-inch Samsung Windows tablets on the market simultaneously today, with the Samsung Galaxy Book2 being the Qualcomm Snapdragon 850 powered LTE version, and the Samsung Galaxy Book 12 being the Intel Core i5-7200U powered version.
– Tom Bowen