Google is scheduled to unveil its new Nexus devices - Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P - in a few hours from now alongside the Android Marshmallow update. Previous speculations had hinted about a 2nd gen Chromecast too. However it apparently seems that there's also a new tablet in the making which Google plans to unveil in the November this year.
The surprising fact however is that the new tablet from Google won't come with the Nexus branding. Instead it will come with a Pixel brand, which Google had specifically earmarked for its premium Chromebook series. The new 10.2 inch tablets is tipped to come with a display of 308ppi and 500 nits of brightness.
Going by the leaked nits of the display it apparently seems that the panel would be adequately bright. Under the hood of the Google Pixel C Tablet would be a Nvidia Tegra X1 quad core CPU along with a Maxwell GPU. Along with that will be a 3GB of RAM and USB Type C port.
Another interesting feature of the new tablet is that it will feature the multi colored light bar back that was seen on the Chromebook Pixel launched by Google a few months back. The multi colored light bar on the back of the display indicates the amount of juice left on the inside. Despite sporting a Pixel branding, the Google Android Pixel C Tablet will run on Android OS.
The Pixel C Tablet would come with two variant of dockable keyboard - one with aluminium back and the other made of leather. The tablet can also be folded with the keyboard in a laptop style. Needless to say that the tablet will run on Android Marshmallow when launched. An all-aluminum build may also be in the fray. Considering the high price tag sported by the Chromebook Pixel, it won't be surprising to see the Pixel C tablet being placed in the higher price bracket.