We picked up on a new Samsung Chromebook that the company quietly listed on its Korean website. The Samsung Chromebook Pro is a premium device that features a 12.3-inch touchscreen display with a 360-degree hinge, a 2GHz hexa-core processor with 4GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage as well as a stylus. It's powered by Chrome OS and has the ability to run Android apps. Samsung is yet to officially announce this notebook so it's unclear right now how much it costs and when it will be released.
According to a new report, Samsung is working on another premium Chromebook that might even be better than the Chromebook Pro. It apparently has the codename “Caroline,” and will be powered by an Intel Skylake processor. It's also said to have a convertible form factor like the Chromebook Pro as well as a stylus.
Caroline appears to be the only device in the pipeline that supports broader stylus support being added to Chrome OS. The commit for Caroline's stylus reveals that the author has a Samsung email address. While this doesn't confirm the notebook, it does connect the dots and suggests that Samsung might be developing another high-end Chromebook. Who knows when it will be out, though.