Google May Be Planning to Release Bay Trail and Nvidia Tegra 4 Chromebooks in the UK

Recently leaked Chrome OS source code may suggest that Google’s future Chromebook models will be equipped with Intel Bay Trail processor and high-performance ARM SoCs. It is suggested that Google is encouraging OEM vendors to develop new Chromebook models with improved ARM technology.

One model could be equipped with Nvidia Tegra 4 processor, that’s based on ARM Cortex A15 quad-core processor that runs at 1.9GHz. Paired with Nvidia GeForce ULV graphics with 72 cores, the hardware platform would deliver the kind performance that’s suitable for a Chromebook. It should be able to easily handle up to 2560 x 1600 screen resolution.

Leaked code also suggests that Google will release a more powerful Chromebook model with Intel Bay Trail processor on board, codenamed “Rambi” and “Bayley Bay” It is suggested that the new Chromebook model will have a 1.91GHz Intel Atom E3845 quad-core processor. The Intel variant will have the same form factor and physical design than the ARM variant. However, like typical x86 processors in the market, the Intel Bay Trail supports 64-bit technology that supports more than 4GB of RAM.

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