September 28, 2015
Google will unveil a 10.2-inch Android tablet tomorrow along with a number of other products, a “reliable” unnamed source told Android Police.
The metal Pixel C tablet, which will use a Nvidia X1 quad-core processor with 3GB of RAM, will go on sale in November. The device will come with two keyboard accessory choices, one in aluminum and the other in leather, according to the report.
The tablet will run Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which comes out today.
The Pixel C will feature a lightbar on the back, which glows to show the remaining battery life and will come with a USB Type-C charger, enabling users to power more than one device using the same plug.
The Android tablet will not be a Nexus product — it will be exclusively by and from Google.
Although the report did not indicate a price, the device in not expected to be cheap.
Google declined to comment on the rumours.