Samsung remains committed to Windows 10 ecosystem and if the reports are believed to be true, the tech giant might be working on a successor to its Galaxy Book device. While the details are not available for the time being, but it’s likely that the device will be unveiled later this year.
Samsung’s new Windows 10 tablet recently appeared on Russian certification site. The report claims that different model numbers SM-W737, SM-W738, SM-W737A, SM-W737N, SM-W737V, and SM-W738N has recently received the Russian certification, suggesting that the device could be unveiled later this year.
It’s likely that the tablet is the successor to Samsung Galaxy Book lineup that also runs full Windows 10 operation system.
Samsung is reportedly planning to launch the next-generation Galaxy Note smartphone in August, and the rumoured Windows 10 tablet could be unveiled at the same event.
It’s clear that the smartphone maker Samsung still wants to be part of the 2-in-1 Windows 10 devices ecosystem. Samsung’s first generation Galaxy Book tablet wasn’t successful in the 2-in-1 market, but it’s likely that the second generation models will do better.