Google is all set for the Pixel 3 global launch on October 9. The rumours of Google’s first Chrome tablet – Google Pixel Slate tablet has surfaced online. MySmartPrice posted several images of the device which shows the device using Chrome OS and a detachable keyboard.
Google Pixel Slate Tablet Surfaced: A Chrome Tablet
According to a report, the rumoured tablet appears to have a 3:2 aspect ratio, comes with a pen and features a pair of cameras (one in the front and the other at the back). Not just that, it also features a USB-C port on the side, speakers on each side, and appears to be missing a headphone jack.
Although the surfaced keyboard shows off circular keys (which matches a short video from Chrome Unboxed from last month) that has a physical connector, and which features a dedicated Google Assistant key, but was rumoured to come with square keys, which can be connected to the tablet via Bluetooth.
In a leak, a tipster sent ChromeUnboxed an image of the blue pen that appears in MySmartPrice’s report, which reportedly came from Google’s UK storefront as a recommendation alongside the existing white and silver models.
Well, if the speculation/reports are true, this convertible tablet will be aimed at Apple’s iPad Pro and Microsoft Surface Pro tablets. The device is rumoured to come in several configurations, with up to 16GB of RAM and an Intel i7 processor, and might come with a fingerprint sensor.
Do note, nothing is official yet, so, take this piece of information with a pinch of salt. All we can do is wait until anything goes official.