Samsung Galaxy Book Go renders leak after Galaxy Unpacked no-show
Samsung hosted its latest Galaxy Unpacked event yesterday, where it announced the Galaxy Book, Galaxy Book Pro, Galaxy Book Pro 360 and the Galaxy Book Odyssey. The company was expected to reveal the Galaxy Book Go too, but for some reason it has held the device back. Clearly, Samsung has the Galaxy Book Go ready to go though, as Roland Quandt and WinFuture have leaked the laptop in its entirety.
Quandt has already leaked the Galaxy Book Go before, as we have covered previously. Now, he has published marketing renders of the device from all angles, confirming that Samsung has surrounded its 14-inch display with thick plastic bezels. The device appears to have an aluminium chassis though, which extends to its display lid. Hence, the device looks rather understated, if a little plain.
The renders also confirm that the Galaxy Book Go has two USB Type-C ports, although the small logo next to one of them suggests that only the one next to the SIM card tray supports DisplayPort. The device also has a 3.5 mm headphone jack, a USB Type-A port and a microSD card reader.
It is unclear when Samsung will announce the Galaxy Book Go. However, the Snapdragon 7c-based device will start at €449 in the Eurozone and US$349 in the US.