Samsung Galaxy Book S, reportedly powered by Windows 10, spotted on Bluetooth SIG Certification

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Samsung is going to bring a slew of devices ranging from smartwatches to smartphones to the market this year. Of all the Samsung products that are slated for 2019 release, the Galaxy Watch Active 2 smartwatch and the Note 10 are devices, about which everybody is talking about at the moment, making it harder for the other Samsung devices, which are essentially neither smartphones nor smartwatches, to come to the limelight.

Speaking of devices that are neither smartphones nor smartwatches, a mysterious new Samsung device, with the model number SM-W767, has recently been spotted on Bluetooth SIG Certification portal( via MySmartprice).  The listing on the Bluetooth SIG Certification portal suggests the device will be called Samsung Galaxy Book S.

For a quick refresher, titled Samsung Galaxy Space, a mysterious Windows 10-powered Samsung device was spotted a few days back. We haven’t got to know any details about the form factor of the device, all we know about it is that it has 8GB of RAM, an eight-core processor, with a clock speed of 2.84 GHz, and that’s about it. Samsung Galaxy S and Samsung Galaxy Space could be the same device, given the similarity in naming. Do you know what else is similar?

Model number SM-W767. This model number is similar to the model number of the Galaxy Book 2(SM-W737), an always-connected convertible powered by Snapdragon 850 SoC. That means the Galaxy Book S might be a successor to the Galaxy Book 2. However, it’s too early to draw a conclusion.

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