Samsung seems all set to capture the laptop market this year. The company released the Snapdragon variant of the Galaxy Book2 Pro 360 a few days ago. As we discussed earlier, the Galaxy Book 3 is also on the way, which reflects that the Korean giant is more focused on the laptop market. In the meantime, the company has released the Galaxy Book 2 Go.
Samsung has now launched the second generation of the Galaxy Book series. According to the Korean giant, the Galaxy Book 2 Go is way faster than the Galaxy Book pro. As per the data, the company is claiming that it has a 40% faster CPU and a 35% more powerful GPU. Some functionalities have also been performing more smoothly, including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
Galaxy Book2 Go Specifications
The Galaxy Book 2 Go is a compact device with a 14-inch IPS LCD display with Full HD resolution and a 180-degree hinge. It has a powerful chipset which is introduced by snapdragon, which is designed on the 6nm architecture, that is quite power efficient as well; it provides more battery backup. Samsung said that the device will easily run all day and can run 21 hours of video playback. The Galaxy Book 2 Go comes with Android 11 on board and has various features of the Galaxy ecosystem, such as Galaxy buds auto switch, Link to Windows, Multi Control, Quick share, Samsung Notes, and a second screen.
However, Samsung hasn’t described the RAM, storage, and battery capacity of its new Galaxy book. The device has MIL-STD_810G spec, so it is sure that it works well in different environments, as it includes resistant to drops, extreme temperatures, humidity, shocks, and vibrations.
So, if you are thinking of purchasing a new laptop this year, the Galaxy Book 2 Go will be a good option to buy. According to the information, the device will be available online through Samsung .com from January 20, 2023. Initially, the Galaxy Book 2 Go will be available in France; then it will expand its presence in other markets soon.
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