The coveted Samsung Galaxy Book Go NP345XLA Gets FCC approval and its unique identification number for legal sale in the United States.
For those who aren’t aware, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the United States is an organization that helps register wireless devices in the US with its unique identification number to ensure legal sale of the products.
The FCCID is available on every piece of computer hardware that stores all the important details and information about the registered device. The FCCID is a lot similar to IMEI IDs that you find on the mobile devices.
Recently, the Samsung Galaxy Book Go NP345XLA was finally approved for its FCCID, pointing out the fact that the device is likely going to be available soon for purchase in the United States. The assigned FCC ID for the Galaxy Book Go is A3LNP345XLA.
Aside from the initial identification ID and the FCC approval, FCC has also released the 3G report along with the UNII report and the DFS report highlighting all the results in the individual checks for a superior understanding of the performance of the device.
Prior reports on the Bluetooth SIG certification suggested that the Galaxy Book Go is backed with the Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity with LTE and 5G model for superior and faster connectivity like nothing you’d ever expect.
Although much haven’t been revealed about the device yet, chances are that the Samsung Galaxy Book Go will likely feature an OLED display for crisp and clear visuals like nothing you’d generally expect.
Aside from that, the Galaxy Book Go is going to be powered by the latest Intel Core i5 and Core i7 processors. Pair that with the 5G connectivity and you have a beast for a device, especially when you are on the road and need a device to keep your work sorted.
The device will feature a 13.3 or 15.6” OLED panel for enhanced clarity like nothing you’d likely expect from the other Samsung devices. Also, the Galaxy Book Go will come along with the S pen support.
Samsung hasn’t yet revealed anything about the device’s price or availability. However, with the FCC approval and the salient leaks of the preliminary specs, don’t be surprised if the same happens in the coming few months.
Although Samsung doesn’t compete well with Apple in terms of producing sleek and powerful ultrabooks, that hasn’t stopped the brand from coming out with their devices and users are pretty sure that the Galaxy Book Go NP345XLA won’t be a downer.