Google has announced that it will begin shipping Chromebooks in China and India starting in October.
The company says the Chromebooks will use the same ARM processor found in the Chromebook Pixel, which Google says is the most popular Chromebook.
Google says that the Chromebook “will be the first mainstream laptop to use the latest ARM architecture in its entire portfolio of Chromebooks.”
Google will be launching the Chromebook in India, the Middle East, South Asia, and Australia, as well as the United States and Brazil.
Google’s plans to use ARM processors in Chromebooks are not entirely new.
The search giant has been using ARM processors on Chromebooks for some time now.
In January 2017, Google launched its own version of the Google Pixelbook, which is based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chip.
Google also announced a Chromebook using a ARM processor in January 2018.
Google plans to make more Chromebooks using ARM chips, with the company saying it will have more Chromebook devices by the end of the year.
Android tablets with an ARM processor are available in the United Kingdom, Germany, Brazil, Israel, Russia, China, Turkey, Italy, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, and Japan.
Google is also shipping Android phones using the ARM architecture.