It seems that the next Chromebook of the tech giant Google could have a next-generation Snapdragon processor in a way to counteract the latest moves of the tech giant Microsoft to launch Windows 10 laptops equipped with this Qualcomm processor. Yes, according to the latest reports, this might be the tech giant Google’s Qualcomm Snapdragon 845-powered 2-in-1 Chromebook that simply detaches from its keyboard.
Meet The Snapdragon 845-Powered Chromebook That Detaches From Its Keyboard
The next Chromebook of the tech giant Google could have a next-generation Snapdragon processor in a way to counteract the latest moves of the tech giant Microsoft to launch Windows 10 laptops equipped with this Qualcomm processor.
Although the tech giant Google’s Chromebooks have been born as a cheap alternative to computers with Windows 10, it is true that during the last few months they have been boosting their technology and performance to adapt to the higher demands of the user in the environment of productivity.
Now, in view of the movement of the tech giant Microsoft in its claim to launching Windows 10 computers with the latest Snapdragon processors, the tech giant Google does not want to be left behind with the next generation Chromebooks.
That is why the Mountain View company, of course, the tech giant Google would be working on a Chromebook in code name ‘Cheza’, which would have a powerful processor of Qualcomm, of course, the Snapdragon 845, which will include a 4G LTE modem capable of reaching the download speed of 1Gbps.
Other features of the Cheza Chromebook is that it would be a 2-in-1 device with a resolution of QuadHD 2560 × 1440. It would also incorporate two type C-Type USB ports to allow connections with different peripherals.
The release date of the Cheza Chromebook is unknown, although it could happen in the last part of the year to deal with Windows 10 laptops with Qualcomm processor. And Chromebook with this processor could also improve enough in terms of autonomy and performance, something that could help more use in more demanding productivity environments.
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