Samsung has just released the LTE version of Chromebook Plus V2, one of the more featured Chromebooks in recent memory. A semi-pro layered Chromebook that will be available on Samsung.com, Best Buy, and Verizon on November 2, at $ 599.99, $ 100 more than the default Wi-Fi version.
The Chromebook Plus V2 LTE retains all the specs and features of Wi-Fi only cousins, including a 12.2-inch full HD display with a maximum brightness of 300 nits, the appropriate Intel Celeron 3965Y processor, 4GB RAM and 32GB solid stereo flash memory I will. State storage and 39Wh battery.
Many of the elements that make Chromebook Plus V2 LTE (and Wi-Fi versions) "semi-professional" Chromebooks are solid specification sheets and build quality. It offers great screen sizes for Chromebooks, energy-efficient processors, 360-degree hinges and styluses. Samsung is not the only OEM pushing the convertible Chrome OS PC: Google's Pixel Slate has similar features and costs, but it is not bundled with LTE.
With the added flexibility of Verizon LTE, this version of Chromebook Plus V2 is better suited for remote employees and travelers. Anyway,  I could use Instagram on my Chromebook to take a picture with my 13MP rear camera, even though my friend judged it.