Out of nowhere, a mysterious Samsung made device dubbed â€“ Samsung Galaxy Book Space made it to the Geekbench database earlier this week. Other than the fact that it is a Windows-based machine, with 8GB of system memory, with an 8-core processor sporting a base clock speed of 2.84GHz., we had no other clue about the device. Now, the device has appeared on the Bluetooth SIG website, but this time with the GalaxyÂ Book S moniker.
It bears the SM-W767 model number as the Galaxy Book space that appeared on Geekbench a few hours ago. While it is apparently clear it will launch as part of Samsungâ€™s Galaxy Book range, we are not certain whether or nor it will arrive as the Galaxy Book S or Galaxy Book Space. But is plausible the Book S is short for Book Space.
Exact details are sketchy, but there are speculations the GalaxyBook S could be Samsungâ€™s response to Microsoftâ€™s Surface Pro 2. We have no clue when the device will launch but might have to wait till, perhaps, October, given that the Book 2 launched back in October 2018. Although we wouldnâ€™t be surprised to see it launch alongside the Galaxy Note10 later in August.