Samsung recently registered a brand-new Chromebook 4 XE310XDA with the latest 5G network connectivity and the device was spotted on FCCID.
For those who aren’t aware, FCC ID is the unique identification assigned by FCC to recognize all the prevailing wireless products in the market. Amidst all the chaos of launches, Samsung’s latest Chromebook 4 XE310XDA was spotted on FCCID and initial reports suggest that the device is going to come integrated with the latest 5G network support.
The device was officially registered by Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. with the FCC registration number of 0027908797 on June 28, 2021.
There are no further reports about the latest rendition of the Samsung Chromebook 4, however, if the predecessor is anything to go by the users can expect a budget-friendly and versatile device to meet all their work and entertainment needs.
The 11.6” precursor featured a stunning and expansive display with 4GB RAM and 128GB eMMC flash storage for premium user experience like no other. The device is also backed with Google One supporting 200GB cloud storage for 12 months for the users who are into data and more storage needs.
Also, the previous Chromebook 4 was designed to meet the on-the-go lifestyle of the users. Not only did it feature a compact design, the device weighed under 3 pounds, enabling the consumers to travel with it without any burden.
However, despite the compact design, Samsung didn’t compromise on the quality of the device, offering military-grade durability.
With the kind of amazing features that the previous version of Chromebook 4 came out with, it isn’t surprising that the upcoming Samsung Chromebook 4 XE310XDA is going to come with upgraded features.
So, it isn’t surprising that the consumers are looking forward to the official release of the device in the future.