Google is rumoured to announce a new tablet at its event tomorrow, called the Pixel C, which would take on the Microsoft Surface and the recently launched Apple iPad Pro.
According to Android Police, the tablet won't carry the Nexus brand name, but would be marketed under the Pixel brand which first made its appearance with the Chromebook Pixel two years ago. The tablet will reportedly run on Android Marshmallow, though it is expected to feature a detachable keyboard, which is strange since Google was sticking with Chrome OS for such devices.
The Pixel C tablet is expected to feature a bright 10.2-inch display with a 308 pixels per inch density, which puts the resolution somewhere above 2560x1600. It will be powered by an Nvidia X1 quad core processor and 3 GB of LPDDR4 RAM. As the device is said to feature a premium metal build, it will definitely come with a high price, but that's just speculation for now.
With the Google event just under a day from now, we won't have to wait for long to know more about this device if it is on the company's agenda for tomorrow.
Source: Android Police | Image via Gizmodo