It's certainly bigger with a few notches here and there.
Pixel Slate will come in different versions of Intel 64 bit CPUs.
It appears the reports of the death of tablets are greatly exaggerated, considering Google is about to unveil a seemingly strong competitor to this particular market. Stick around with us to know more about Pixelbook.
Pixel 3 will be equipped with a 5.5-inch screen, a Snapdragon 845 processor, a 12.2-megapixel rear view camera, two front-facing cameras (presumably offering better characters), 4 GB of memory and, apparently, will be available in 64 GB. The regular Pixel 3 hardware will likely be similar. This time, according to Winfuture.de, the Pixel 3 and the Pixel 3 XL will be manufactured by Foxconn Subsidiary FIH mobile, which also makes the Nokia phones for HMD Mobile. The Verge speculates that the uploaded image comes from an employee of Walmart, as the previous Google Smart TV kit was sold exclusively through the retailer. However, the main underline of the event will be the new Pixel 3 series which will comprise of Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.
Last year, Google launched Pixel Buds with Pixel phones. However, it is still not sure whether or not Google will launch the Pixelbook 2 in the upcoming event.
And then, there are the little things. The device is set to launch officially on 9th October at a NYC event. A couple of weeks ago, I posted the latest findings on this device, but with the event being held tomorrow we now know even more. This activates the Google Assistant by squeezing the sides of the smartphone. It's a smart device with a touchscreen and speakers. Photos of the device are shown below. The bundle includes both a Google Home Mini and the third-generation Chromecast that we've already seen.