Although we saw many of the upcoming Google Pixel 3 phones leak out in October ahead of Google's scheduled revelation event, we've seen almost nothing about Chromebooks. Now the earlier rumors are Chromebook & # 39; Nocturne & # 39; may have appeared on video.
The news comes via Chrome Unboxed which had the impression of a video with a kind of 2-in-1 Chrome OS device for the laptop via the open source Chromium bug tracker.
In the video, someone holding the camera with the touch screen plays on a device that looks like a keyboard cover attached to the base, similar to that of the Surface Pro.
The keyboard cover in question appears to have circular keys, but it seems even more important to have the same Google Assistant key that was first found in the original Google Pixel Book.
This is the biggest indication of Chrome Unboxed that the device in this video, which has now been removed from Chromium, is indeed the Nocturne & # 39; 2-in-1 Chromebook is already leaked through the open source Chrome OS code platform. It also seems that the keyboard seems to attach in a tablet. The first 2-in-1 orientation supports existing information about how widely expected that & # 39; Nocturne & # 39; is designed.
The first Chromebook of its kind to receive the Surface Pro-like design was the HP Chromebook x2. Now we'll see if Google's Pixelbook sequel (or spin-off) will follow the example – and hopefully in October – if this video is the real deal.