Pixel Slate: first Images of Google’s new tablet leak

Nichole VegaOct 09, 2018

And we're not just talking about blurry pics and unconfirmed rumors; official devices in retail packaging have already shipped ahead of the official unveiling. The leaked pictures likewise exhibit the detachable keyboard that is a part of the Google Pixel Slate.

With the rate at which hands-on images and renders of the unannounced Pixel 3 smartphones are coming in, we hope that Google has other devices planned for its upcoming "Made By Google" event to pique our interest. Previously a leaker who goes by the name of Rozetked shared a hands on video of the Pixel 3 on Youtube.

Google will reveal the Pixel 3, along with what is likely to be a slew of other hardware, beginning at 11 AM on October 9. Based on a tweet by Front Page Tech's Jon Prosser, the Pixel 3 will come with a "Top Shot" mode for the "perfect" selfie shots even without a selfie stick.

In the box, users will get a pair of USB-C earphones, a USB-C-to-USB-A dongle and an 18W USB-C power adapter, a USB-C-to-3.5mm dongle, a USB-C-to-USB-C cable and an 18W USB-C power adapter. The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL will support wireless charging for the first time. It is believed that the Google Pixel 3 will come with a 2,915mAh battery. 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. It features a shortcut key for accessing Google Assistant. It has been reported that the event will witness some major launches like the Pixel 3, Pixel 3XL, the Pixel Mini and Chrome Os tablet. The improved pen for the Pixelbooks should also work on the new Google tablet.

The latest one in the order of leaks has to be the one about Google Pixel Slate. Overall, this is hugely promising, as the Pixel 2 had one of the best shooters in the business. There have also been talks about a 4K screen on the new Pixelbook. Although the Geekbench entry specifies Android 9 "Pie" as the operating system, it has been stated that the tablet will utilize Chrome OS, whilst also being capable of installing and running Android apps. Google might also launch a new Chromecast model with Bluetooth support and also with enhanced 5GHz Wifi connectivity in this event.

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