The new Samsung Galaxy Book 5G NT545XLA has been spotted on Wi-Fi Alliance with their new listing, suggesting the quicker release of this device before its too late to decipher.
With Samsung official launching their new RAM configuration, the brand has something new round the corner. According to the listings on Wi-Fi alliance, Samsung has registered the new Galaxy Book Go 5G NT545XLA laptop for the consumers.
The listing on Wi-Fi alliance suggests that the device will be integrated with 2.4GHz and 5GHz frequency bands for optimal wireless connectivity and data transfer.
There is not much information about the device itself, especially when it comes to the specifications and the kind of processor the device will feature.
However, if reports are to be believed, the new Galaxy Book Go 5G will feature the latest Windows 11 OS. It could also feature the staple 14” FHD display like they have with previous versions. However, nothing is confirmed at this point.
Rumors suggest that the device could also be equipped with AMOLED displays for an even better user experience. Pair that with the Thunderbolt 4 ports, the users will never have to compromise or complain about the data transfer and connectivity any further.
The listing on Wi-Fi alliance further suggests that the device is protected with the WPA2/WPA3 security features. It is further backed with the 802.11h configuration for the ultimate data transfer rate without any delays.
We are still in the dark about the actual specifications of the device. But, with the 5G compatibility, the device is going to break down speed barriers, offering their users with the ultimate performance and productivity.
There are no confirmation about the official release date and the availability of the Galaxy Book 5G at this point.