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Published images of the first tablet Google

09 October 2018

If Google can make meaningful gains in this department once again, it would make a very decent case for getting the Pixel 3 XL over, say, the iPhone XS MAX.

We'll be hearing more about the Google Pixel Slate tonight, and our fingers are crossed that Google will finally bring one of their flagship Chrome OS devices to Australia. As far as the new Google Pixel smartphone is concerned, the smartphone is expected to come with a Snapdragon 845 processor, 4 Gigs of RAM and an external memory option of either 64GB or 128GB. And while most Google fans are fixated on the also-about-to-be-announced Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL Android phones, the Pixel Slate is a much bigger deal. The Pixel Slate, which was known under the codename "Nocturne", has been subject of numerous leaks - just like many other soon to be released Google devices. The Pixel 3 XL is expected to come with a 6.7-inch display, an increase of 0.7-inches, while the smaller Pixel 3 will come with a 5.5-inch display, a difference of 0.5-inches. Incidentally, the Pixel 3 XL is already selling in Hong Kong at HK$15,880 (approximately Rs 1,50,100). Both the phones are also expected to get full glass panels on the back, which would also suggest wireless charging support.

Pixel 3 is likely to use an octa-core Qualcomm chipset, an Ardreno 630 GPU, and have 4GB of RAM. In the Internet appeared the information about the Google Pixel Slate - the first tablet of the Corporation. It is the same feature which enables users to start Google Assistant on HTC U series and Google Pixel 2 with a squeeze.

The leak seems true enough but techies will hope that they aren't, especially the ones with respect to the design of the device.

Google may launch the three Pixel branded devices today October 09, 2018. That's what the tech giant will be doing with its Google Home Hub which is the company's answer to Amazon's Echo Show.

The Pixel Slate will attach to the keyboard cover via four pogo pins on the base of the tablet, with what we're presuming is some sort of magnetic attachment.

Published images of the first tablet Google