Samsung has taken a while until it unveiled the launch date of its upcoming device, the Galaxy Chromebook. The Samsung Galaxy Chromebook will reach the markets on April 6. The device’s cost is $999, almost Rs. 75,500. The upcoming Chromebook will be the first to sport a 13.3-inch 4K OLED display, according to Samsung. It will be available in Fiesta Red and Mercury Gray shades.
Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Release
The Samsung Galaxy Chromebook arrives with LPDDR3 and 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD. A few months ago, when the device was presented, the company stated that it would be available with a few enhanced specs such as 16GB RAM or 1TB SSD. The Verge, however, took time to detail something else. Samsung hasn’t revealed those variants, and the base model is the only one available, according to The Verge.
The Galaxy Chromebook is equipped with a bunch of sleek features. The keyboard deck, for example, will sport a camera to shot pictures when folded into a tablet. Also, there’s a stylus put on the edge of the Chromebook. It arrives with one of the sturdy build specs for the hardware, too.
What to Expect From Samsung Galaxy Chromebook
It is not a new thing that some smartphone manufacturers chose to develop tablets, as well. We’ve witnessed Xiaomi, Huawei, and many more. But, not all of them dared to introduce on the market, a device such as Chromebook, with a price tag of $999. Google is known for its devices, the Pixelbook and the Pixel Slate, launched back in 2017, respectively 2019, with a similar price label.
Google, however, decided to cut back on the costs with the release of the latest Pixelbook Go for only $649. Comparatively, the South Korean company device will cost fans more than Asus’ Chromebook Flip C434, which is $549. But, according to some statistics, the affordability and the price tag were the base arguments for purchasing a Chromebook before.