I also thought I'd share a few benchmark comparisons.
One Geekbench 4 for Android CPU performance the OP1 ARM processor in the Samsung Chromebook Plus compares to a 2015 flagship phone, the Galaxy Note 5.
On the Compute performance benchmark, the device is roughly twice as fast on Android as the Asus-made Nexus 7 tablet and about the same as last year's Samsung flagship, the Galaxy S7.
In other words, this Rockchip ARM processor optimized for Android on Chrome in collaboration with Google, screams on Android benchmarks. To put it in context, this $350 device is much, much faster on Android than any mid-range current 2017 Android phone (Moto G5S, etc.).
Geekbench also reports the Android version running on the device as Android 7.1.1, which is just one minor release shy of the latest 7.1.2. Impressively current and seemingly future proof 12.3" high resolution Android device.
Now I'll install and run 3Dmark for some graphics/gaming insight.
Edited by jrbarnett, 26 November 2017 - 04:45 PM.