Due to Chromebooks’ affordable price and portability, they have become pretty popular among consumers over last couple of years. Despite that, if you are familiar with Chromebooks, then you already know that these PCs often lack traditional features of other computers. While one of these features, native video recording isn’t available for Chromebook at the moment, it seems that the practice is set to change as Samsung is reportedly working on a Chromebook with native video recording feature.
This news comes after rumors for a while suggested that Samsung was going to introduce a new Chromebook with the feature during CES 2018. However, we never get to see the Chromebook as the product isn’t ready yet. Interestingly, https://chromeunboxed.com/news/chromebook-nautilus-video-recording Chromeunboxed has recently spotted a new commit in the Chromium Respository which revealed that an upcoming Samsung Chromebook will feature a native video recording option with 1080p resolution and 30 fps.
If the recent rumors are to be believed, then the upcoming Chromebook will also feature a 13 megapixel camera which is pretty usual for high end smartphones. However, at the moment, there is no confirmation from Samsung regarding the upcoming laptop and we will have to wait to see if we are going to get a Chromebook with native video recording feature anytime soon.