Google presents flagship Android tablet

Google presents flagship Android tablet

The US tech giant Google has officially introduced a new flagship tablet that is called Pixel C. The new device is easily one of the most powerful on the market right now and comes with Android 6.0 Marshmallow pre-installed.

The Google Pixel C is based on NVIDIA’s powerful Tegra X1 processor with Maxwell graphics inside and sports 3 GB of RAM as well as a 10.2-inch sensor display that works at 2560 x 1800 pixels. This means the display offers 308 dpi of pixel density, which is another plus. In addition the slate has a USB Type-C port and there’s a special keyboard that can be connected to the device. As to storage the new tablet will provide 32 GB or 64 GB depending on the version you choose.

The Pixel C will be on the market by the end of year 2015. The device will sell for USD 499 for the 32 GB version and USD 599 for the 64 GB version. The separate keyboard that we mentioned can be had for USD 149.

Source: Google

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