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Samsung Galaxy Book GO NP545XLA Spotted on Bluetooth SIG and FCCID

samsung galaxy book go np340xla
Samsung Galaxy Book Go NP340XLA

With the amazing response that the first launch of Samsung Galaxy Book Go NP340XLA, it wasn’t even a surprise when the Samsung Galaxy Book GO NP545XLA was spotted on FCCID and Bluetooth SIG for registration.

samsung galaxy book go np545xla spotted on SIG
Source: Bluetooth SIG

Registered by Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd, the upcoming device was registered for the Bluetooth 5.1 connectivity for superior data transfer and the ultimate user experience. According to the listing, the device was further registered with REV1.0 hardware number and NP545XLA.001 software version number.

samsung galaxy book go np545xla FCCID
Source: FCC

Besides the Bluetooth SIG registration, the Samsung Galaxy Book GO NP545XLA was also spotted on FCCID for device registration. The device has the FCC ID of A3LNP545XLA and was submitted on June 26, 2021 and was made available on July 28, 2021. There are no further information about the general specifications of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Book GO NP545XLA yet.

While we don’t know much about the upcoming Galaxy Book Go at this point, it is a fair point to believe that the device is definitely going to be an upgrade to the existing Galaxy Book Go that was launched a few months before.

The winning streak in the 14” Samsung Galaxy Book Go that launched in the CES event in 2021 is the compact and lightweight design. However, despite the compact and thin design, the device packs in power with a punch, thanks to the shockproof body.

The versatility of the device enabled people to work, create and unwind from anywhere they needed and we can expect that the upcoming Galaxy Book GO NP545XLA won’t be any different.

The previous Galaxy Book Go featured a Qualcomm Snapdragon 7c Gen 2 processor and we are inquisitive as to what the upcoming one would be powered with.

If it follows the footsteps of its predecessor, we can fairly say that the device will likely be integrated with an upgraded version of the Snapdragon processor. However, nothing is set in stone yet.

Aside from the sleek design, another quantifying feature of the Book Go that shook the users to the core was the long-lasting battery life of up to 18 hours. At this point, we are pretty sure that Samsung is going to do better from here, so the users wouldn’t have to compromise on the overall battery life in the device.

Also, one notable feature worth waiting for would be the display. The previous version was equipped with a compact 14” display. Whether or not the same is larger or smaller in the successor version will be a factor to look into.

However, we can be rest assured that the upcoming Galaxy Book Go is going to make our lives a lot easier and make remote working a lot more productive.

Watch this space for further updates about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Book GO NP545XLA.

Source: Bluetooth SIG, FCCID

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