Verizon no longer sells the Google Pixel 2

Verizon no longer sells the Google Pixel 2

Verizon no longer sells the Google Pixel 2

The all-new design of the retail box of the Google Pixel 3 XL device which also shows two-tone design along with 3 XL name and the logo "G" of Google. So it's high time for a successor, which will be introduced under the name "Google Pixel Slate" together with the Pixel 3 and 3 XL.

The new device, dubbed Pixel Slate, can be used as a standalone tablet, or docked with a keyboard case and used like a laptop.

A MySmartPrice report has posted pictures of a supposed Google Pixel Slate. For all we know, the camera app is getting a redesigned interface this year. The regular Pixel 3 hardware will likely be similar. The charger will use a USB-C plug for fast charging and prop the Pixel up. There is no information on the exact size of the screen and resolution of the Pixel Slate.

The tested device received an Intel Core i7-8500Y processor as an impressive 16 GB of RAM as well as Android 9. But more importantly, the device will include a fingerprint scanner, which would be a first for a Chromebook. Also, we might see a new version of the their Chromecast digital media player and even a Chrome OS tablet. It is no longer been listed on the website of the Google Store and the update to Android 9 Pie has also been denied for the tablet. Previous leaks have revealed that the Pixel Slate will support dual boot with Chrome OS and Windows 10.

And then, there are the little things.

Google will hold its Pixel 3 event on October 9 at 11am ET which 8:30pm IST. These wireless earphones allowed users to talk to Google Assistant and to translate conversations from other languages in real-time. It's a smart device with a touchscreen and speakers.

The phone will reportedly be available in three colour variants; black, white, and sand pink and feature a two-tone design. But that said, there are a few interesting tidbits worth noting (as well as photos of the device from all angles). You can find that here or via the embedded video below. Since we are just days away from the dedicated event, it seems this indeed what the phone will look like.

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