With the recent issues on exploding Samsung Note 7s and the discontinuation of its production, the tech giant is trying to recover by doling out rumors of new gadgets, the latest one being the Samsung Galaxy S8.
Now, Samsung is trying its best to pull itself out from the disaster that was the Note 7 with the launch of a new hybrid Chromebook laptop.
It is named Chromebook because Google's Chrome OS software will run as the laptop's OS.
The new Samsung laptop is said to have a high definition display and comes with a removable stylus which will simply be called the PEN.
According to SamMobile, who first reported the leak, the Chromebook Pro will allegedly weigh in at 1.08kg and will measure around 13.9mm.
Like other laptops that are available today, the gadget will have a hinge that can make it bend 360-degrees. Kind of like Lenovo's Flex laptop.
Other specifications include a 12.3-inch touchscreen display with 2400 x 1600 pixel resolution.
As for the interior, the laptop will contain a 2GHz hexa-core processor, 32GB internal storage, and 4GB RAM for maximum performance. Lastly, brace yourself for ten hours of battery life.
According to international retailer Adorama, which has the device up for pre-ordering, the device will sell for $499 or around P24,000.
Here's a video of the laptop to give you a glimpse of what it looks like: