Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL launch

Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL launch

Lastly, real-life Google Pixel 3 photos had also popped up online, confirming the soon-to-be-launched smartphone's design.

Oh, wait - it was available to buy!

Google is no stranger to the tablet market.

If you want more memory you can also grab the 128GB Pixel 2 XL for £599 - saving £300. And now a Hong Kong based retailer is selling the Pixel 3 XL even before its official launch.

There are no further details for the device as of this moment, However, we are hoping to find out more at Google's event tomorrow.

According to Android Police's David Ruddock, the Pixel Slate Tablet looks like a new high-end tablet with a detachable keyboard could be introduced at the event. Touted as the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL, the upcoming smartphones are expected to be designed similar to their respective predecessors - Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Both smartphones will run on Qualcomm's flagship Snapdragon 845 10nm octa-core SoC, coupled with 4GB of RAM.

The Google Pixel Slate is rumored to arrive as laptop-tablet hybrid which means it will be equipped with a detachable keyboard. On the connectivity part, the Google Pixel Slate offers USB Type-C port suggesting that it will be a thin tablet. It is the same feature which enables users to start Google Assistant on HTC U series and Google Pixel 2 with a squeeze.

The new Pixel "Slate" by Google is said to be a Chromebook tablet created to be attached to a separate keyboard. And if you have been following any kinds of tech news lately, you are probably aware of all the leaks that have been happening around Google's new products. The Pixelbook Slate will also reportedly be compatible with an active stylus. We essentially know everything the company is planning to unveil tomorrow. The screen of the device is surrounded by thick bezels.

Google's Android Things platform is growing up rapidly, and within a year, many third-party hardware makers are releasing smart displays with Google Assistant and Chromecast support.

Last year, Google announced the Pixel Buds - its take on wireless earbuds - which, despite showing a lot of promise, never really lived up to the billing. Prematurely-published promo material hints that Google's focus with the Home Hub will be smart home control. We've reviewed the Lenovo and JBL versions of the idea.

A slightly redesigned Chromecast streaming device.

After all the leaks, it's not surprising to know that Google will also reveal a new Chromecast dongle just like past year. The device is set to launch officially on 9th October at a NYC event.

Apart from its slight redesign, we don't know what new features it might have.

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