The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is a very popular device and one of the most talked about phablets of 2013. What was also unique about this handset was the faux leather back covering with stitches on the side, almost like a conventional notepad. This design was used in several other Samsung mobile devices including the recently launched Galaxy TabPRO and the NotePRO tablets. The company has taken it a step further now by using the same pattern with an upcoming Chromebook, according to a revelation made by Evleaks.
There’s very little to know about the Chromebook itself besides the fact that it runs Chrome OS and features this proprietary faux leather pattern on the back or the lid of the device. It goes without saying that there is a huge market for inexpensive Chromebooks if managed appropriately. And if Samsung gives it a familiar look, it’s certainly going to catch on with the fans. We expect to learn more about this Chromebook in the coming days.
Source: @evleaks – Twitter