Last year Samsung had launched 2 in 1 convertible tablet dubbed as Samsung Galaxy book at MWC, 2017 Berlin. Now the company apparently working on its successor Galaxy Book 2 to compete with its rival Microsoft’s Surface lineup. Momentarily, a new device with the model number SMW737N0 has been certified by FCC supposed to be called Samsung Galaxy Book 2. As with most of the FCC certificates, it doesn’t explain anything about Samsung’s upcoming convertible machine.
In a separate listing, the device, with model number SM-W737A, was managed to receive a WiFi certificate having Windows 10 version S to be pre-installed. The same device has already been certified by Korean National Broadcasting Research Institute (RRA) and EEC suggesting its imminent arrival in the market. After receiving most of the required certifications, the company looks all set to unleash the next generation Samsung Galaxy Book 2, just waiting to hear from the company officials.
The Original Galaxy Book comes in two display sizes: 10.6-inch and 12-inch coupled with 64GB and 128GB storage options, Intel i5 processor, S-Pen functionality and some other cool features. At present, we don’t have any pieces of information regarding the what features will Galaxy Book 2 offer, so we don’t want to fall into speculations, solely expecting to see few more leaks before launch. For further updates, stay tuned with us!