The certification is for the Samsung SM-W737 and SM-W738 and its variants: SM-W737A SM-W737N SM-W737V SM-W738N.
Last year Microsoft co-marketed the Galaxy Book with Samsung, saying the companies were working together to “deliver innovative mobile experiences that help organizations with digital transformation.”
Last year’s Samsung Galaxy Book came with a 12-inch screen, 7th Generation Intel Core i5 processor. 13-megapixel rear camera, an included S-pen with a number of custom features and LTE Cat.6 (300Mbps) support. We assume, given Microsoft’s Always-Connected PC push, the new Galaxy Book will almost certainly have LTE and a similar updated feature set.
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