Google to Release Android-Chrome Hybrid: Andromeda OS

Google android-chrome hybrid Andromeda OS

Google is not only building up its hardware capacity, but also boosting up its assets on the software end. A new report says the tech company is making a laptop and tablet that will run on an android-chrome OS hybrid: a new operating system to challenge Windows 10  and MacOS in the operating systems market.

The android-holding company is currently teasing the big October 4 launch supposedly a new smartphone to challenge Apple’s iPhone market, while on the software end the war is against its MacOS and Microsoft’s Windows 10. According to Android Police, a new android-chrome OS hybrid laptop code-named Bison (Pixel 3) is underway. It will be run by Google’s new OS of galactic proportions…. “Andromeda!”


Andromeda OS will also operate Huawei-built Nexus tablets that may continue Google hardware line till the search titan is able take its hardware to industrial production. Sources say the next Google notebooks is not a Chromebook. Reportedly, it will feature a 12.3-inch display, tab mode, stylus support, Intel processor, two USB-C ports, backlit keyboard, glass trackpad, and force detection. The new Nexus tablet will feature slimmer body, 7-inch display, and 4GB RAM.

Both new Google devices are due to be released in Q3 2017 and they will both run on the upcoming android-chrome OS hybrid Andromeda OS.

By Muhammad Waqas

Muhammad Waqas is an active technology journalist and news writer. He keeps his readers entertained with the hot and happening in the world of innovations and delivers the latest news as it breaks.

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