Also, similar to Google Pixel C, this Pixel Slate Chromebook would also have a detachable keyboard. Front Page Tech, received information that there were two design teams working on the new Pixel series, one from Google and the other from HTC.
The leaked image shows an operating system that can run Android apps and includes a dock for quick access applications at the bottom of the tablet's screen. And now a Hong Kong based retailer is selling the Pixel 3 XL even before its official launch. The source also hoped that, unlike yesteryear, Google may sell the next Pixel branded handsets in all the colors, globally, from this time. The Pixel 3 XL, in particular, has been leaked to death. With Android, Google has not really made a lot of adjustments over the last few years apart from moving the navigation bar buttons and reworking the multi-tasking view. It is assumed that Pixel 3 XL will have an iPhone like notch display. Of course, the announcement of the new Google Home Mini variant ahead of the October 9 event puts more weight to the speculation. Nonetheless, Google could unravel new mysteries on October 9th, which makes it worthwhile to wait for the vent patiently. Google, however, will launch the smaller Pixel 3 without a notch so you can get that if you're not into notches. Storage-wise, the phone comes with 128GB of non-expandable storage. The first is a capacitive stylus that'll reportedly come with the Pixel Slate. We've seen past Pixel phones come out in dark, white, and shades of blue, but the sand tint is brand-new and is expected to be a new choice for buyers.
Furthermore, the images published by MySmartPrice show the Pixel Slate with an aspect ratio of 3:2, two stereo speakers facing forward, a USB-C port and both a front and rear camera.
We'll see the device in the flesh tomorrow.
The best look we've gotten at the Pixel Slate so far is the render at the top of this article. What exactly the difference will be compared to the original Pixelbook is unknown, but mostly there are talks of spec improvements like new processors and more RAM.