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Earlier this year, a report revealed that Samsung is working on a successor to the current-generation Galaxy Book Windows 10 device. Back in June, Samsung Galaxy Book SM-W737 and SM-W738 were certified by the Russian agency EEC. The Russian certification had revealed that the next-generation Samsung Galaxy Book would come in WiFi, LTE and other variants.

Today, the Samsung Galaxy Book model SM-W737 has been certified by South Korea’s Radio Research Agency.

The listing suggests that Samsung is developing the device in Vietnam and the name of the device is “Equipment of radio equipment for LTE mobile communication (transceiver of land mobile station”.

Galaxy Book 2 certification

The certification doesn’t reveal any specifications but since it would be a Windows 10 powered, it’s likely that Samsung will use latest Intel processor with up to 8GB of RAM.

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