Samsung introduced the premium Galaxy Chromebook this year. The manufacturer is gearing up to reveal a successor to this model, which will be called the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2. Unlike the original Galaxy Chromebook, the new laptop will not be a flagship.
Well-known insider Evan Blass revealed today that the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 would retail for $699. In comparison, the Galaxy Chromebook is priced at $999.
In the new version of the laptop, Samsung will fix the original Galaxy Chromebook’s main flaw. He could work on a single charge for only 4 hours, although initially, the manufacturer claimed an 8-hour autonomy. The new Galaxy Chromebook 2 will run 12 hours.
Samsung Galaxy Chromebook 2 will also receive a QLED screen and a 10th generation Intel Core i3 processor. This is a rather strange chipset choice since Intel has already released 11th generation processors.