Samsung Chromebook Pro reported to be listed on Samsung's official website
Samsung's long-awaited Chromebook Pro is expected to release soon. However, recently a report indicated its leak on official website even before debut.
After the outburst made by Chrome Unboxed earlier this month, Samsung's upcoming Chromebook Pro has already started making much of the speculations among the tech fans. However, this urge got evenly stimulated recently with Samsung's unfortunate spell of bringing out the device on its website with all the specifications and features that can be listed. The device highly expected to be unveiled in the next week, it came to a huge surprise to everyone as the device was seen on official website just days before its release.
According to the mobile community of Samsung namely Sammobiles, ChromeBook Pro was recently found to be listed on the Korean website of the company. However, according to a report by The TeCake, just after the news got viral the page was transcribed from the site. As per the indications, the page is expected to be active again after the official launch of the device.
As per the specifications and features extracted from that page, Samsung Chromebook Pro will sport a 12.3-inch surface with a 360-degree rotatable touch screen display with a high-resolution of 2400 x 1600 pixels. The notebook will run on Chrome Operating System and as an extra advantage, it will be eligible for Android apps as well thanks to the support availability of Google Play Store.
The device will also feature 4GB RAM and with a sounding space 32GB as internal storage. The tremendous notebook will be powered by a flawless hexa-core processor clocked at 2GHz. The laptop has also been attributed with a dedicated slot for the stylus. According to Indian Express, Samsung is just not calling it a Stylus Pen, rather regarding it just as a stylus and the device is also addressed as a 'Pro' due to its metallic finishing.
Many potential sources even hint that as per the specs and features attributed to it, Samsung Chromebook Pro may prove to be just alike a keen variant of Note 7 with a Chrome OS instead of Windows 10. The laptop was previously reported by ChromeUnboxed to be listed on Adorama for preorder with a price tag of $499. The spectacular notebook is also speculated to come with a full one-year subscription for AirDroid app. The official debut of this superb Chromebook is eagerly awaited by a dense number of tech enthusiasts.