New images of Google's Pixel Slate are leaked

Ruben Fields
October 9, 2018

Stay tuned to Gadgets 360 for more details live from the Google Pixel launch event on Tuesday, where as we mentioned, we can expect other products to arrive - the a new Chromecast, the Home Hub, Pixel Stand, and Pixel Slate. The Pixel 3 packaging was all legit, and both the device's feel and specs gave a clear impression that it wasn't a fake, not to mention lining up with all the recent leaks. Ahead of the official launch, Google's next-generation Pixel smartphones have been leaked multiple times online. It won't surprising to see Google name the two names with a dash of pun. The tech giant recently sent out invitations for an event to be held on October 9. You know this. We'll see the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.

The Pixel 3 XL is expected to sport dual, front-facing cameras with one wide-angle sensor to allow users to take "Super Selfies" that automatically blur the background behind the subject. Similar reviews and hands-on videos went up online a few months ago, as news came from Eastern Europe that a batch of Pixel 3 XL phones was stolen.

Hardware is a small part of Google's business, but Android and Google Assistant are crucial to the future of Alphabet, Google's parent company. The Pixel 3 is rumoured to include a 3,915mAh battery, while the Pixel 3 XL could have a 3,430mAh battery. Both are expected to run Android 9.0 Pie and have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, coupled with 4GB RAM. Google Home Mini isn't due for a refresh, nor is Max.

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Just like that, Holt has become the first player in Major League Baseball history to hit for the cycle in the postseason. Both the Judge and Sanchez homers came on 91-mph fastballs, a couple of ticks below Price's 93-mph average this season.

This might be received well by several fans, as Apple completely skipped on its AirPower charging mat during the launch of its new iPhone trio.

It can also show your calendar, commute time, reminders plus there's ability to control lights, smart cameras, and even your TV.

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