Thanks to early rumors, we already know that Samsung is working on a new Chromebook device, which they have nicknamed Kevin. Nothing much has come out since then, but a recent uncovering from ChromeUnboxed has now thrown more light on the premium Chromebook from Samsung.
The details come from the retailer listing of the device, where the Chromebook is called Samsung Chromebook Pro. The latter part definitely sounds like it’s a premium one and the revealed specs do swing to the same tunes as well.
Samsung Chromebook Pro is a 12.3-inch Chromebook device that comes with a stunning resolution of 2400×1600 pixels. Inside the device is a RAM of 4GB, which will be coming aside a storage space of 32GB. But further impressive is the design of the device, which comes in an all-aluminum 12.9mm thick form factor. The body comes with minimal bezel, and the touchscreen is hinged so as to get it rotated 360 degrees.
That’s not it; Samsung is also upping the ante among Chromebook segment by adding Stylus support to its new Chromebook Pro device. The device is said to be arriving with an in-built stylus device. The addition makes it for the first time that a Chromebook will be arriving with a Stylus.
As of now, there is no official revelation from Samsung about its new device, and neither do we have an official confirmation about the release date. But according to ChromeUnboxed, the device will be out on October 24 with a pricing of $499, according to the pre-order listing.