Samsung Galaxy Chromebooks are ready for launch next week as the company has officially confirmed the product will be made available in official stores and third party retailers next Monday. The Chromebooks are quite expensive priced at $999 but Samsung is offering some great hardware specifications and unique additions like a 4K OLED display. It is the first of its kind found in a Chromebook device.
Google Chromebooks are an entirely new set of devices because they run on ChromeOS. Instead of using Windows 10 or Mac, you will be using Google’s own operating system. They are usually affordable but Samsung Galaxy Chromebook is on the ultra premium end.
Galaxy Chromebook Hardware Specifications
The device will sport a compact 13.3-inch display with 4K resolution and OLED displays. Samsung is one of the companies that rules when it comes to making OLED displays. They are the official suppliers for Apple iPhones and it is no wonder they want to bring in this technology into Google laptops. In real life, you will be able to watch videos with better clarity and enjoy improved blacks. And, that’s possible only if you could find a way to store UHD films in the 64GB storage or possibly stream them directly from Netflix.
Samsung offers 256GB SSD which is good news yet it is limited in space compared to other Windows laptops. The Chromebook will be powered by 10th Gen Intel processors with 8GB of RAM. A premium model that could cost more than $1000 was previously proposed to sport 1TB SSD but it seems to have not made it to the launch date.
With amazing hardware and build quality, Samsung Galaxy Chromebooks are amazing but it is to be seen how they fare as an everyday laptop as they rely mostly on Google apps to get work done. If ChromeOS could be improved, it may lead to more premium Chromebooks such as this one. The product is available in Mercury Gray and Fiesta Red.