May is turning out to be a busy month. We already know that LG is announcing G3 on May 27, Moto E is expected on May 13, Huawei Ascend P7 is coming on May 7 and now Google has sent out invites for a press event on May 6, where the company, in partnership with Intel, will showcase new Chrome OS devices.
This press event is expected to be on the lines of September 2013 event, where both Intel and Google had unveiled a bunch of new Haswell-powered Chrome OS devices and announced new manufacturing partners.
Google’s Product Management Director Caesar Sengupta and Intel’s VP and GM of the mobile computing group Navin Shenoy will be attending the event.
There are no details on which devices are expected to be announced or showcased at the event but with less than a week to go for it, we won’t have to wait for long.
To remind you, Acer on April 29 unveiled its most powerful Chromebook till date. Not many details are available about the device right now but it packs 4th-gen Intel Core-i3 processor and will be released in 14-inch and 15-inch model this summer. We hope to hear more about the device on May 6.