The device in question is a Google-designed tablet called the Pixel Slate. The accessories included in the smartphones's box are: a USB Type-C cable, USB-C to USB-A adapter, USB Type-C earphones, wall charger and the device itself. The rear camera can apparently shoot video at up to 4K quality at 30 frames per second, while the front one tops out at 1080p. New Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL Official Render Images Leaked Online Ahead of October 9 Global Launch. At the time, we heard a Pixel 3 XL unit was selling for around $2,000 on the black market.
Another upgrade compared to the predecessor on the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL is going to be the presence of wireless charging capability. They come with promises of "pristine sound quality and Google Assistant-fueled superpowers" according to ARS Technica, but whether they can deliver is yet to be seen, considering they weren't so well received when they first came out.
A few days ago, we saw a brand new Pixel 3 review from Hong Kong, with just a few days to go until Google's keynote. The big "G" is expected to announce its new hardware line-up at the event but with all these leaks, we wonder if there will be any surprises left. While it is expected in Charcoal and Chalk colour options, the exact sale details would only be known at the launch event. Previous leaks showed that Google is working on a Chrome OS tablet mode dubbed as "Nocturne" and from the looks of it, the real name of "Nocturne" is actually Pixel Slate.
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.
Wake via voice: If a fingerprint scanner is too much for you then you may be able to wake up your new Chrome OS tablet with your voice. The device will be available for grabs in dark blue color. The camera on the rear is a 12.2-megapixel lens while the rear camera houses an 8-megapixel lens.