The actual specifications, possible variant details and prices for the Slate could be announced at the Made by Google event, which takes place on October 9 at Spring Studios in New York City. This time, we're getting a chance to see the Google Pixel Slate. That includes many that rely on free software and apps such as the free Android operating system, which powers most of the world's mobile devices, as well as Google's search engine, Google Maps and YouTube.
A leak revealed that Pixel 3 will have a 5.5-inch display along with a resolution of 2160×1080 and 2:1 aspect ratio. A commercial also recently revealed a "groupie selfies" feature. Here's what we are likely to see from this new Chrome OS tablet tomorrow.
Google's Pixel 3 event is happening tomorrow, and thanks to one of the leakiest pre-release seasons in recent memory, we have a pretty good idea about what's coming.
The biggest change under the hood would be in the charging department, as the new Pixels are expected to be Google's first devices to offer wireless charging solutions.
It seems obvious to me, but of course, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will come out, of which we already know nearly everything. This new Slate tablet by Pixel will go head-on against the new Apple iPad Pro, and it might also possibly come with a fingerprint sensor.
Leaked photos claim to show a smart display, called the 'Google Home Hub, ' which features a 7-inch display mounted on top of a speaker. However, the Google Pixel Slate is a fairly new addition to the Pixel lineup. The device will be featuring 16 GB of RAM and it will be powered by Intel Core i7 processor. There is a dedicated key on the accessory to launch Google Assistant. Google Pixel Buds 2 The second-generation Pixel Buds have not been in the news much. You know damn well there will be some stuff that's being deliberately restricted to the American market, because there always is.