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Yep. That's the marker of a successful OS, the "but does it run Google Earth?" test.
With the coming of Android apps on Chrome OS, this should change soon-ish.
Contrary opinion to what I see in other comments: Google Earth is already available as an Android app, available for Android 4.1 and up, so it works on pretty low-end devices.
Can it both scale up the resolution and FPS to 72 (or 60) FPS, while downgrading the level of detail to accommodate the Snapdragon 835, and still be a good experience?
I think the answer is yes. It won't be identical to PC VR Earth, but it would still be pretty good.
So the real question is, will they?
Fortunately, I found this video of the Google Earth Product Management team responding to this question. It gives you the most up-to-date info anyone has.
I've just checked, it works in the Google Earth app on Android. I imagine it'll work on Apple devices, too.
Like this and this?
Also it looks like there's an Android version: [link]
Yeah, here you go!
It used to be only a program for pc a while ago
Maps has a "satellite" layer that you can use, thats similar but not identical.
Or you can use the actual Google Earth app: