At January’s CES event, Samsung came out with the Galaxy Chromebook. The Samsung convertible is now headed to the US, according to an online listing, but it won’t get an LTE variant.  The Samsung Galaxy Chromebook is this sleek metal slab with flat sides and a 4K OLED screen that tops the Pixelbook’s.  Samsung Chromebook in two color variants—Fiesta Red and Mercury Gray—with a coming soon badge. The listing adds that the 8GB+256GB variant of the notebook is set for release on April 6 for $1,000.


Display 13.3-inch 4K (3,840 x 2,160) 16:9 AMOLED touchscreen
CPU Quad-core Intel 10th-gen Comet Lake Core i5-10210U processor, 15W
GPU Intel UHD integrated graphics
Storage 256GB/1TB PCIe SSD, microSD card slot
Battery 49Wh
Ports 2x USB Type-C, headphone jack
Dimension 302.6 x 203.2 x 9.9mm, 2.3lbs/1.04kg
Others S Pen, fingerprint reader, backlit keyboard
Colors Fiesta Red and Mercury Gray

The information for this post was taken from an article by Karandeep Singh in ANDROID POLICE, follow this link for the complete article and more details.

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