Samsung Galaxy Chromebook ‘Nightfury’ may launch with QLED display

Samsung is likely working on a new Chromebook model that goes by the codename ‘Nightfury,’ and a new leak claims this upcoming model will feature a QLED display. The new model — assuming the leak pans out — will join the existing Samsung Galaxy Chromebook model, which features an impressive but pricey 4K AMOLED screen.

The Samsung ‘Nightfury’ Chromebook has been known — unofficially, at least — since earlier this year, with a report from Chrome Unboxed claiming back in February that Samsung was working on a new model. Evidence of Nightfury, which is a codename for a likely Galaxy Chromebook sequel, was discovered in Chromium repositories, though precious few details were available.

In an update on the leak published this week, the site now claims that Nightfury will feature Samsung’s QLED display tech, which is best known as an option with the company’s televisions.

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