New Samsung Chromebook lineup gets Bluetooth SIG certification, release imminent
You can’t just confine Samsung as a phone-only brand as they have a wide array of gadgets under their banner. Owing to the fact that they adorn the pole position in the smartphone market share, most people think of an S or Note device on hearing the firm name.
However, tens of thousands (if not millions) use their other products like TVs, home appliances, and even Chromebooks. To those who doesn’t want to carry the burden of a performance-packed laptop, Chromebook comes handy due to its portability.
To recall, Crostini support has recently come to Broadwell-powered Chromebooks. Apparently, it did up those device in the hierarchy ladder because of their ability to run Android apps like a cakewalk. Fast forward to today, we got an alert on our radar pertaining to a new Samsung gadget.
As the title reads, it’s a Chromebook. On Bluetooth SIG website, you can see four variants (XE931QCAI, XE931QCA, XE930QCAI, and XE930QCA) of the same. You should take this with a pinch of salt because the picture will only get clear when the actual release happens.
Dubbed as Galaxy Chromebooks, they will pack in Intel processors (seems so!). The publish date on Bluetooth SIG is 06/01/2019. But, we could spot another certification dated 02/01/2019 for XE930QCAI on wi-fi.org.
Here as you can see, the operating system is clearly stated as Chrome OS. And, the supported WiFi bands are 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. So that begs the question, when will they launch the new product? We don’t know yet!
It’s unclear whether or not they will release new Chromebooks in the same event. Even if they won’t, the gadgets don’t take too long to hit the market. Hence, do not forget to stay tuned to this story for knowing the further progress.
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