9to5Google has detailed images and even a hands-on video with the phone a month after unveiling Google's first laptop as the Pixelbook Go. The pictures show a concept laptop— kept by a person wearing Levi's "Jacquard by Google" jacket— in a "Not Red" colorway, with its cover featuring a smooth finish identical to some Pixel phones, and its strangely textured underside, which is even more heavily painted— all the easier to show off its standing ribs.
The keyboard is similar to the previous Pixelbook version, while its front-facing speakers seem to be capable of producing quality sound. On each side there are USB-C ports with a charging light and a 3.5 mm headphone jack to the left— not yet gone.
The model is not far from the laptops of Apple, but if Google tries to show what a typical Chrome OS device can be, it looks like a good attempt.
As recently revealed, up to a 13.3-inch 4 K display, Intel Core i7 CPU, 16 GB of RAM and 256 GB of high-end storage options will be available.
There is no word about precise pricing, but the pictured prototype provides an excellent idea of what to expect from the hardware, despite its placeholder product logo on the lid and placeholder' ProductName' above the keyboard.
We'll hear what there's to say about this, the Pixel 4 and whatever else Google plans on October 15th.v to show off