New images of Google's Pixel Slate are leaked

Thankfully, come Tuesday, the Pixel 3 leaks will stop, as the phones will become official. Anything is possible from Google's wacky hardware labs.

Despite the fact that the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL have been making headlines in the last couple of weeks, there are still many details that have been left under the rug and which we're supposed to learn about tomorrows. We'll know more tonight after Google unveils the lot. The Pixel 2 XL was originally priced at Rs. 73,000 for the 64GB model, while its 128GB storage model came at Rs. 82,000.

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.

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Additional leaked screenshots show that the phone will have a 2,915mAh battery, which is a noteworthy jump in capacity from the Pixel 2. 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.

As we inch towards the end of a smartphone year, we will witness one of the last few major launches of 2018 tonight. The tablet also appears to feature front-facing stereo speakers.

Aspects revealed by the new images (see below) include the detachable keyboard, which features circular keys and a touchpad, and also a nifty-looking stylus. The Pixel Slate accessory has four pogo pins through which all the data transfer happens. Icons visible on the screen include a back button and a centralized icon dock at the bottom. The device should run regular Android apps, and it may feature an ARM-based mobile processor or an ultra-low power CPU from Intel. The Chrome OS running tablet could go on sale immediately or within the next few days in the US. The Pixel 3 may cost slightly less.

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