Samsung Chromebook Pro has made an appearance ahead of its official launch.
Samsung’s about to announce a new Chromebook, bu the company mistakenly revealed the device by listing it on its Korean website. It got taken down already, but not before anyone can take note of important information.
From the looks of it, it seems like the body is made up of aluminum and it includes a stylus slot on the side. The device weighs 1.08kg and it’s 13.9mm thick.
The Samsung Chromebook Pro features a 12.3-inch (3:2 ratio) 2400 x 1600 pixel resolution display that’s capable of up to 400 nits of brightness. There’s also a 360-degree hinge and stylus support. It’s not called as an S Pen, which is surprising but probably a change to move away from the Note 7 crisis.
It comes equipped with a hexa-core chipset (two Cortex-A72 + four Cortex-A53), 4GB of RAM, and 32GB of internal storage. As the name implies, it runs Chrome OS under the hood. Now that the Play Store arrived in Chrome OS, it enables Chromebooks to run Android apps as well.
Other features include two USB Type-C ports, microSD card slot, and a headphone jack. Samsung’s also throwing in a one year free AirDroid subscription. The company claims that the Samsung Chromebook Pro can last up to 10 hours on a single charge.
An official announcement from Samsung would probably come soon.