Google May Launch ‘Andromeda OS’ – An Android-Chrome OS Hybrid
Google’s long rumored Android – Chrome hybrid operating system Andromeda OS is expected to debut at the company’s upcoming hardware product launch event on October 4.
The company has been working to merge the two OSes (Android – Chrome) for last few years with a released announced for 2017. But Google may announce or show an early version next week during the event.
What You Can Expect – Andromeda OS?
The features could be–
- Two USB-C ports.
- A 3.5mm headphone jack.
- A fingerprint scanner.
- Stereo speakers.
- A backlit keyboard.
- Quad microphones.
- A glass trackpad.
- A battery that lasts around 10 hours.
Am not sure, whether you are going to see these features or not. These are the expected features. For more details about the new hybrid operating system, you need to wait for one more week for Google’s October 4 event.
In addition to that, Google may launch a Google’s new hardware product line, including ‘Google Wi-Fi’ router, Google Home, the refreshed 4K-capable Chromecast rumored to be called Chromecast Ultra, and a ‘Daydream’ VR headset.
Well again these are just expectation.
Stay tuned for more info about Google’s Product Launch. 💡