Yes, that's right, rather than seeing more information regarding the third generation Pixel phone - and let's face it, is there anything else we really need to know thanks to all the leaks - we're seeing Google's newest Chrome OS tablet/laptop.
Along with the phones there could also be a new charging stand, updated Pixel Bud headphones and a tablet called the Pixel Slate. A recent report had revealed that the search engine giant may announce a smaller Pixel smartphone alongside the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL.
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Most notably the Google Pixel 3 XL was listed as the same 1269.99 Canadian dollar (£749.83/$977.00) price for both the 64GB and 128GB variants.
It'll feature a Chromebook tablet that attaches to a separate keyboard, according to photos from MySmartPrice, which has accurately leaked Google launches in the past. It was a new, in official retail packaging Pixel 3 XL, and by all accounts it's as real as it gets.
However, several rumours and speculations will be put to rest as Google will be revealing the next-gen Pixel 3 smartphones globally.
Also Read: Google to launch Pixel 3 on October 9: Expected specifications, features price etc. This new tablet was previously being referred to as "Nocturne", and it is going to come with Intel's Core i7 processor with up to 16GB of RAM. These new products should include a new Pixel phone, Pixel tablet, and among other things.
Limited adoption has reflected Google's hesitancy to go as wide and big in distributing and marketing the Pixel as Apple, which launched its last two iPhone line-ups in about 50 countries. Still, I have little doubt that come Tuesday, the new Black and Blue version will be available and should work on any of the Pixelbook or Pixel Slate devices. The existing Pixel lineup is known for taking the best selfies in the business and it is no surprise that Google would like to take this further. You know damn well there will be some stuff that's being deliberately restricted to the American market, because there always is.
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