New images of Google's Pixel Slate are leaked

Google's Third-Gen Chromecast Leaks Again In Updated Smart TV Kit

Google Pixel 3 XL leaks with a new retail packing, to be unveiled on October 9th

Google Pixel 3 XL has already appeared in many leaks photos, including unboxing photos and some hands-on images. The smaller Pixel 3, however, looks like a shrunken version of last year's Pixel 2 XL.

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For more news and updates, follow IRN Post on Facebook, Twitter, and Google+. As per rumours, Google is really pushing the limit with a 6.7-inch display and a resolution of 2,960 x 1,440 pixels. You also get several links to Google support pages guiding how you can possibly fix your phone. The front panel also houses a camera module and stereo speakers. The Pixel 3 models could also come in an Aqua colour option. Richard starts with the wide-angle angle shot and takes it all way to the close-up shot.

According to My SmartPrice's report, the Google tablet will be officially known as the Google Pixel Slate. That's about double what the Pixel 3 XL will cost if a recent leak is correct. At the event, the company is expected to introduce a bunch of new products, ranging from new Pixel phones to laptops. Although the Google Pixel 3-series is expected to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 system-on-chip, it would be the Android 9.0 Pie customised for Google Pixel that would be the key differentiating factor.

Still, Engadget's Richard Lai is a respected and veteran tech writer, so it bodes well that he's convinced by it and it looks to more or less match up with all the convincing leaks and rumors that we've seen so far.

What we don't know yet are the specs that the Pixel Slate is going to offer - it might not have the high-end components of the PIxelbook, if Google decides to make this a cheaper proposition for buyers.

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.

The current Google Smart TV Kit with a Google Home and second-generation Chromecast is priced at $74, so this new bundle will likely feature the same price when it is announced next week.

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