Samsung has already hosted two ‘Galaxy Unpacked’ events this year. The focus of the first ‘Unpacked’ event was the Galaxy S21 flagship series smartphone and the highlight of the second ‘Unpacked’ event was the new mid-range smartphone from the Galaxy A series. Samsung has already announced the date for the third ‘unpacked’ event in 2021. This virtual event will be held on 26 April. In this event ‘The most powerful galaxy Samsung has created huge publicity mentioning that it will be launched. Samsung is still mulling over which products can be launched. However, we expected the Galaxy Book Pro and Galaxy Book Pro 360 to be removed that day along with the Galaxy Book Go.
Presumably, now, support pages for the upcoming Galaxy Book Go laptop have been live on Samsung’s official websites in the UK and Ireland. This means that the device is going to be launched soon.
Note that only the NP345XLAA-EXP model number was mentioned instead of the product name Galaxy Book Go A. However Wi-Fi Alliance data and FCC certification sites have previously confirmed that the NP345 XLAA model number is being used for the Galaxy Book Go. In that case, the NP345XLAA-EXP laptop is likely to be launched in a different RAM/storage/color option for a specific area.
So far, no specification of the device has been listed on the support page, according to reports, the Samsung Galaxy Book Go laptop may come with a 14-inch full-HD Plus display, Qualcomm 7CX / Qualcomm 6X processor option. It is expected to be launched in 4GB / 8GB LPDDR4X RAM and 128GB / 256GB UFS 3.1 storage variants.