When it comes to laptops, a good many of laptops today still use LCD for their display of choice. There’s nothing wrong with the use of LCD, but as we have seen from our phones and TVs, LED tends to offer up richer and more dynamic colors, and this might be something that some users prefer.
If you do fall into that category, then you might be interested to learn that Samsung has since announced their Galaxy Chromebook 2, a laptop based on Chrome OS that the company claims is the world’s first Chromebook to sport a QLED display. According to Samsung, this was inspired by the company’s own QLED TVs.
The Galaxy Chromebook 2 is the successor to the 2020 Galaxy Chromebook, which the company had launched to somewhat bad reviews due to the poor battery life as the laptop came with a 4K display. As per the rumors, it seems that Samsung has acknowledged this quietly as the Galaxy Chromebook 2 comes with a 13.3-inch Full HD display instead, which should help with battery.
The laptop will also be powered by Intel’s 10th-gen Core i3-10110U processor, or it can also be configured with an Intel Celeron 5205U processor, with the latter coming with 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, and will be priced at $550, while the latter offers 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and will retail for $700.