Samsung just confirmed that an LTE version will be available soon but it appears LTE connectivity won’t be the only major difference.
Samsung has released a video advert for the Galaxy Chromebook Go, and while the title of the video doesn’t say, it is specifically for the LTE version. We noticed that the ad reveals one important detail, actually a feature the standard WI-Fi model doesn’t have. Here is the video below;
At the 0:40 second mark of the video, we could see the boy interacting with the display via touch input which means the device has a touchscreen feature. This feature is not available on the Wi-Fi version and comes as a surprise as the official spec page doesn’t mention a touchscreen is available on select models.
With the addition of a touchscreen, the LTE version of the Galaxy Chromebook Go may cost significantly more. The notebook is also expected to be available with 8GB of RAM and in 64GB and 128GB storage options. With these specs, the highest-specced variant of the Galaxy Chromebook Go will definitely cross the $400 mark. If you decide to pick up a USI stylus, then you may be spending as much as $450.
The Galaxy Chromebook Go has a 14-inch 1366 x 768 TFT display. It is powered by an Intel Celeron N4500 processor and packs a 42.3Wh battery that should provide up to 12 hours of usage on a single charge. It has Wi-Fi 6, Bluetooth 5.1, and a nano-SIM slot for the LTE version. There are two USB-C ports, a single USB A (3.2) port, and a mic/headphone combo jack. Samsung ships it with a 45W USB-C power brick.
We still don’t know when the LTE version will be available but once it is available for purchase, we will be sure to let you know.
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