Google Pixel Slate renders appear to reveal design, detachable keyboard and stylus


Google will be announcing its third-generation Pixel series smartphones tomorrow, i.e. 9th October, at a launch event in NY, along with a few other devices.

However, Google will also reveal two other new devices called the Home Hub and the Pixel slate. However, it is still not sure whether or not Google will launch the Pixelbook 2 in the upcoming event. However, even though not many leaks on this one have emerged online, we know something about it.

The hands-on images of the purported Google Pixel 3 XL corroborating previous leaks reveal a notch-style display.

Regarding its design, the upcoming Google Pixel Slate Chromebook looks like a hybrid between Google Pixel C and the Google Pixelbook, as XDA-Developers reported.

Google on Tuesday will finally unveil the Pixel 3 phones, with both devices expected to go on sale after the press event.

The real question is whether the Pixel 3 lineup will turn out to be worthy rivals of Apple's newest handsets.

How to watch the Google Pixel 3 event? It will also ditch the 3.5mm port in favour of USB-C earbuds and wireless audio gear, new leaked images confirm. Apart from running his own consulting firm.

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Impact: If Google ends up releasing a tiny Pixel "Bonito" at some point, or as early as tomorrow, that would certainly be a surprise despite this report.

The screen resolution is listed as 2960 x 1440, but it's unclear what type of OLED panel is being used here - maybe LG's P-OLED again like last time, but a seemingly improved version even when viewed under the sun. Pixel 3 has been priced for £706 which generally amounts Rs 68,000, while Pixel 3 XL accompanies a sticker price of £766, which means Rs 74,000.

Along with the tablet design, the Pixel Slate is also said to be convertible, featuring a swiveling keyboard that's detachable too. Google Pixel 2 XL Prices Slashed Ahead of New Pixel 3 & Pixel 3 XL Global Launch.

The Pixel Slate will also come with a detachable keyboard, which features a Google Assistant key near the space bar and a "hamburger" button at the top right. As for the specs, the Pixel Slate is going to be quite a powerful tablet with Intel's Core i7 processors and up to 16GB of RAM. It will also have a larger (compared to Pixel 2) 5.5-inch display, but the extra tall aspect ratio will ensure the smartphone's fairly easy to use with one hand.

Our first real look at the Google Pixel Slate came from Brydge (via AboutChromebooks), a company that is known for making keyboard accessories for iPads and Surfaces. After letting third parties handle the hardware for a number of years, Google is finally taking over their smart-display software and calling it Google Home Hub.

Bookmark the 9th October to get hold of everything you want to know about some of the best product by the Google. It's not clear whether Google is including other improvements in the updated Chromecast, so we will just have to wait till tomorrow to find out.