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Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go with HD display, debuts up to 8 GB RAM

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Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go is quietly included in the list of the South Korean company as its new Chromebook offering for the masses. The new model comes with Intel’s Jasper Lake processors and has up to 8 GB of RAM. The Galaxy Chromebook Go also includes up to 128 GB of eMMC storage, which can also be expanded. Like some other Chromebooks in its segment, the Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go comes with an LTE connectivity option. The device has two USB Type-C ports and stereo speakers.

The Samsung Mobile Press website has listed on Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go along with her images. Details of its availability and pricing, however, are yet to be announced.

Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go specifications

Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go has a 14-inch TFT HD (1,366×768 pixels) display. It is powered by an Intel Celeron N4500 processor (Jasper Lake), Intel UHD Graphics and 4GB and 8GB of LPDDR4X RAM as an option. The Chromebook also has 32GB, 64GB and 128GB eMMC storage options. The built-in storage can be expanded via a microSD card using the available slot. For online conferencing, the Galaxy Chromebook Go comes with an HD (720p) webcam and digital microphone. There are also dual stereo speakers – each with 1.5 W.

Samsung has provided Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth v5.1 wireless connectivity to the Galaxy Chromebook Go. You’ll also get two USB Type-C ports, a USB 3.2 port and a 3.5mm combo headphone jack and microphone. In addition, the LTE version of the Galaxy Chromebook Go comes with a nano SIM card slot.

Samsung Galaxy Chromebook Go has a battery with a capacity of 42.3Whr, which supports charging via the included USB charger Type-C of 45W. The laptop measures 327.1×225.6×15.9 mm and weighs 1.45 kilograms.

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Jagmeet Singh writes about consumer technology for Gadgets 360, outside of New Delhi. Jagmeet is a senior reporter for Gadgets 360 and has often written about applications, computer security, Internet services and telecommunications development. Jagmeet is available on Twitter at @ JagmeetS13 or email at [email protected] Please send your potential customers and advice.
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