Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL and lot more to be unveiled

The tablet market is showing signs of saturation and we need something special to boost the overall shipments. In India, Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are expected to launch in the October second week. Google is outsourcing streaming duties to its subsidiary YouTube, so that’s easy.

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Google’s new generation smartphones finally broke covers at Google’s Hardware event 2018 that took place on Tuesday in NY. Set your watches, and come back here for showtime. We believe that Google still has some fancy tricks up their sleeve and might demonstrate some surprising elements about their latest flagship.

Okay, hostage to fortune time.

The front of the Pixel 3 will reportedly have a secondary sensor with a wide angle lens.

Of course, this could be an elaborate double-bluff, but at the very least it’s keeping us on our toes. The colours have tones that we often see in top class screens in the Apple, Samsung and OnePlus phones. Pixel Visual Core has been built into the Pixel 3 to transfer the image computational capabilities from Google’s servers to your device, he added.

The notch, which provides a better screen-to-body ratio to the smartphone, seems more aggressive than other phones.

Here’s what we’ve been promised.

The Pixel 3 and 3 XL are expected to feature a similar design to the Pixel 2- dual-tone, half-glass, half-matte back with rounded corners everywhere-only with some subtle differences.

Fitted with a Snapdragon 845 chipset, the Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL are paired with 4GB of RAM and up to 128GB of ROM. Last year, Google invested billions of dollars in LG Display to speed up production at its factories. A few days ago, Best Buy sold someone a third-gen Chromecast unit. The Pixel Slate comes with support for active stylus enabling users to use inking features. Having said that, we would like to know your thoughts on this. The 2-in-1 tablet will also come with a portable keyboard case, and it will work with Pixel Book pen. It features a keyboard with circular keys, Google Assistant button, and pins that will allow the Slate to dock. The base version features a Celeron processor, followed by an 8th Gen m3, 8th Gen i5 and lastly 8th Gen i7 option. The rear also has a minimalistic Google logo, which has started to appear on its newer products.

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Aesthetically to be bad on the front, in my opinion, they could have got away with just the same looks as the previous some people might not complain as much. The big advantage over the Echo Show? It comes out October 18 in the USA, to be followed by launches in Canada, the UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Australia, India, Taiwan, Singapore, and Japan.

While major specifications of the processor and operating system are widely confirmed others like the camera design display and colours are still under speculation