The South Korean Giant, Samsung has showcased its new Chromebook Plus V2 but nothing much is revealed about its specs yet. This new device also comes with an LTE equipped version but would be costing $100 more than the regular variant. Earlier this year we have seen Samsung revealing the 2017 Chromebook Plus with a refresh specs sheet and this new device is identical to the previous V2 with similar specs. The new model will be priced at $599 and will be available from 2nd of November.
The Chromebook Plus V2 will come with a 12.2” touchscreen display with 300 nit display with 1080 pixels and will be powered with Intel Celeron 3965Y chipset along with 4GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. Nothing is mentioned about the storage extension as of now. Apart from these, Samsung has made this device LTE compatible but nothing is mentioned about the bands and carrier compatibility as of now. The device will be available via Verizon which makes sure that it will support that carrier in the US region.
Moreover, Samsung has also claimed to work with Intel and Google creation of the V2 LTE. The General manager of Mobile PC segment at Intel. Josh Newman has quoted that there is a possibility of Intel model inside the new Samsung Chromebook Plus V2 (LTE) variant and the device will be meeting the expectation with style along with Google’s own OS and Intel LTE connectivity along with Intel processors. Apart from Verizon, the device will also be available via Samsungs own site and Best Buy.
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