Google could be announcing the biggest project it has been keeping secret for years during its Oct. 4 event. By big, consumers can expect something that is out of this world. Well, not really. But at least it is currently codenamed “Andromeda” at Google’s headquarters.
For what seems like forever now, there is a rumor that keeps on surfacing every now and then, and it is claiming that Google is apparently melding the Android OS and Chrome OS into a single operating system. The end result is a hybrid that is referred to as Google Andromeda.
As the days of 2016 are quickly coming to an end, there are now speculations insisting that it’s just about time for Google to finally introduce its Android-Chrome OS hybrid. Google is holding an Oct. 4 event where it is expected to unveil its Pixel smartphones, the new Chromecast Ultra, Google Home and Google Wifi. Many are hoping that the big event would also serve as the venue for the introduction of its big project.
Android Police believes that there is a big chance that Google will be teasing Andromeda during its Oct. 4 event, especially since Senior VP of Android, google Play and Chrome Hiroshi Lockheimer tweeted a cryptic message that could pass as a major clue on the changes to the Android OS that will take place once Andromeda comes to fruition.