The Pixel 3 XL from Google is not the only thing that is leaking before the big event of the company next week: images of the Pixel Slate tablet, which includes a USB-C port, have also appeared.
Pixel Slate prepares to compete with the iPad and Surface Pro
In recent weeks rumors have circulated about Google’s Pixel Slate. The MySmartPrice blog published several images of the device, which show the tablet using Chrome OS and a detachable keyboard.
The site reports that it appears to have an aspect ratio of 3: 2, comes with a stylus and has a pair of cameras, one in the front and one in the back. It also has a USB-C port on the side (a claim of many users), speakers on each side, and seems to be missing a 3.5mm headphone jack. It also points to a couple of black sections on the back of the tablet, which they speculate could be for mobile connectivity.
The convertible tablet seems to be aimed at the same segment or competes against the iPad Pro and Microsoft Surface Pro. It is rumored that the device comes in several configurations, with up to 16 GB of RAM and an Intel Core i7 processor, with the addition of a fingerprint sensor.
The Google event is scheduled for Tuesday, October 9, where Pixel 3 phones, Slate tablet, Google Home Hub, Pixelbook updates, Chromecast, and much more are expected to be presented, so the Google event It will be very interesting.