The Pixel C is the first Android device to be made entirely by Google.
Google unveiled the Pixel C, its first truly in-house Android device, in September, but the company didn’t offer many details on the tablet at the time. But all that is changing now as the Pixel C has gone official and is available for purchase in some markets for $499.
Inspired by Google’s Chromebook Pixel, the Pixel C features a 10.2-inch display with a resolution of 2560×1800 pixels and what Google calls a √2 aspect ratio. It is powered by Nvidia’s Tegra X1 SoC under the hood, along with 3GB of RAM. The tablet also comes with 32/64GB of internal storage, an 8-megapixel primary camera, a 2-megapixel front camera, and a USB Type-C port. The Pixel C has a metallic unbody, and is accompanied by a keyboard accessory that can be connected to the device via magnets and charges wirelessly.
Like the Nexus 6P and Nexus 5X, the Pixel C is powered by Android 6.0 Marshmallow and comes with stereo loudspeakers. The 64GB variant is priced at $599, while the keyboard costs an extra $149 for both storage models, and the tablet and accessory can be purchased from the Google Play Store.
Source: Google Store