Google Pixel Slate leaked
- In a fresh series of leaks, an upcoming Google tablet, allegedly the Chrome OS powered Pixel Slate, has been revealed entirely. This will be the first Google tablet in three years since the Pixel C.
- Things have changed drastically for Android tablets since the Pixel C’s release, and therefore, the Pixel Slate is very likely to run on Chrome OS, which Google is pushing as a strategic successor to Android for tablets (Chrome OS runs Android apps).
- While exact specs of the Pixel Slate are still not yet known, reports suggest that it’s display will have a 3:2 aspect ratio. Also, there will be stereo speakers, a bundled stylus, and no headphone jack on the device.
- The leaks also include a detachable keyboard, which will likely be an optional accessory to make the Pixel Slate more laptop like. It will connect to the tablet in landscape orientation via a pogo pin connector.
- Google is indeed having a very hard time keeping its upcoming 2018 lineup undisguised. The Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL leaks have already flooded the internet, while recently, a dock called Pixel Stand was also exposed. Looks like Google definitely has a lot to reveal on October 9, 2018.