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Google Product Manager Confirms New Pixelbook and Pixel Slate


The devices that all Android fans are waiting for are Google’s next-generation Pixel smartphones. However, the Pixel smartphones are not the only devices that the Android parent is planning to launch in 2019. Last month we got news from an insider source that Google wants to launch a new Pixelbook and Pixel Slate.

The insider source stated that Google is determined to make a success out of the two new devices and some employees who work in the smartphone department have been moved over to the laptop and tablet departments.

Google Confirms Pixelbook and Pixel Slate

Even though the Android parent didn’t want to confirm last month’s rumors, Google has decided to confirm that Pixelbook and Pixel Slate are coming in 2019. Although, Google didn’t exactly announce the upcoming devices and instead, Steve Jacobs who is the Pixelbook Group Lead Product Management updated his LinkedIn profile to show that he is leading the development process for Pixelbook and Pixel Slate.

Google Pixel Bonito and Sargo Get Leaked

Since we are talking about Google’s upcoming devices, we should mention that the key hardware specs for Pixel Bonito and Sargo have been leaked two days ago. In fact, let’s check out the hardware specs that the smartphones will have offer so that we can get an idea of what to expect from the upcoming flagship Android devices.

  • Bonito

The Pixel smartphone which has been codenamed as Bonito by Google is going to feature 3840MB of RAM and a screen size of ~6-inches. To make things even better, the Google Play Developer Console update also revealed that Bonito’s display will feature a display resolution of 1080 x 2160p and a screen density (DPI) of 400.

  • Sargo

From the looks of it, Pixel Sargo is going to be the cheaper variant. The reason why we are saying this is because this smartphone will ship with a smaller screen size of ~5.6-inches. Furthermore, the screen will feature a display resolution of 1080 x 220p and a screen density (DPI) of 440.