The two tablets in the working at Google were smaller than the current Pixel Slate, but the company wasn't satisfied by the QA test results and made a decision to pull the plug on the projects.
Google started selling the Pixel Slate in November 2018 from $600 and up.
Just last week Google shared a teaser image of the Google Pixel 4 on its Twitter handle by saying, "Well, since there seems to be some interest, here you go!" Do note that only the Pixel tablet line will be over. Another issue Pixel phones had was quite serious, as almost nobody was purchasing Pixel devices. Google has also promised software update for the tablet till June 2024. They didn't even have names when the tech giant canceled them.
The Pixelbook is also safe. Pixel Slate owners who are anxious that their devices will not be supported anymore need not worry.
Google will now shift its focus to laptop business, as pointed out by Osterloh.
Google must be carefully reevaluating its move these days.
The Pixel 4 launches in early October, which gives us plenty of time to learn all its secrets.
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A new Pixelbook will be announced later and just before 2019 ends so watch out for that.
Possibly basically seemingly the greatest tablet that wasn't hurt by map quality used to be the Nexus 7, which arrived in the summer of 2012 and used to be sold until mid-2015. Growth is stagnant especially since smartphones are getting bigger. The phones will obviously run on the new version of the Android system which is Android Q with the base model having 64GB of storage.