With Samsung finally getting over the issues of Note 7 by finally removing the device from markets has yet begun another sweet and smooth journey. We recently heard over the all new Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 which even though is under testing and will be released as per schedule is already in everybody's wishlist.
Not only this, but Samsung also is expected to release the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 very soon just because it has to cope up with the losses of its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 7.
But as of now, Samsung is upto something much bigger again, the Chromebook Pro. The device was recently seen on two retail sites but soon was pulled down which means it is under its development and probably with benchmarking sites under testing.
Just not to be deserted from the rest of the gadget market, Samsung just started building its Chromebook Pro which is supposed to a 12.3 inch 2K display with an aspect ratio of 3:2. Interestingly, the device which could be used as a laptop of a tablet comes with a unique Stylus like that in the Note series by Samsung but this time, the company has removed 'S' from 'S-Pen' and just kept it 'Pen'.
The best thing in this device is that you can install Android apps in it without any hesitations or hiccups- anyone running Chrome OS version 53 or newer can already install the update that allows Google Play (and therefore Android apps) to be installed on Chrome devices.
The Chromebook Pro features a hexa-core chipset with 2 Cortex A72 cores and 4 cortex A53 cores.
The Chromebook comes with a 4GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. Above all, the device weighs only over a kilogram and supports a microSD card. It also comes with two USB Type-C ports and a headphone jack.
Talking about the battery, we don't have any confirmation yet but the battery backup is claimed to last for about 10 hours. And as it is a Chromebook, it runs on ChromeOS which easily supports Android apps from Google Play Store.The Chromebook is expected to be priced at over $449 and is expected to release in markets very soon.
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