November 20th news, according to foreign media 9to5google reports, for some time, many people think that Google has given up all the hope for the tablet PC to optimize the Android platform. In fact, the Android tablet will be replaced, and the next generation of the Android tablet will be Chromebook.
Based on recent changes in Chromium Repository, Samsung is developing a detachable Chromebook. If true, it may be a two in one device that can run both the Chrome operating system and the Android application.
At present, about 60 Chromebook can run Android applications. Some of these devices are also convertible, allowing them to fold and take advantage of them
In Chrome Unboxed, people familiar with the search for new devices and functions hidden in the Chromium Repository in the notice at the beginning of the October code changes, pointed out that a
At that time, Chrome Unboxed could not determine which company produced Chromebook, not a small BIOS firmware supplier named AMI (American Megatrends). Yesterday, when a person named Jongpil Jung submitted new code to the library, it changed. As Chrome Unboxed points out, Jung just links his Samsung email address to the repository and is named as part of the Samsung Chromebook Pro / Plus development process.
At present, the Samsung Nautilus Chromebook news is not much, in addition to it will be a two in one device, and run on the Kaby Lake Intel processor. We can guess that it might look like Samsung's other two in one laptop, running the Windows system, but this doesn't have any proof.
Based on the limited information mentioned in Chromium Repository, we can say that Nautilus is still in the early stage of development. So, if Samsung doesn't launch this Chromebook until 2018, don't be surprised.