Huawei-Built 7-Inch Google Tablet With 4GB RAM To Be Released As Pixel XL This Year

A successor to the Nexus 7 from Huawei is finally coming

On track now, as the Google’s Huawei-made 7-inch Pixel XL tablet seems to be on its way for unique launch before the end of the year 2016. Although Google has offered two new Nexus-brand smartphones last year but didn’t launch a tablet device. This report could change the idea, but rather Google is expected to introduce the successor to the Nexus 7 tablet-series this year.

According to the leakster Evan Blass (@evleaks) has something on his tweet, Google and Huawei both working on a 7-inch tablet device that is said to be releasing this year 2016. Also slated that the Google’s 7-inch tablet could sport a 4GB of RAM. Apart that the leak doesn’t mention any other details regarding the Huawei-build Google’s Pixel tablet. Dubbed Huawei 7P, while the Chinese company has recently filed for the trademark earlier.

Rumors from the past also hinted at the possibility of Huawei-made Nexus 7 tablet in 2016. Now, it seems to be happening with the launch of Pixel tablet. Why? Because, it’s said that Google is ditching the Nexus-branding for its upcoming smartphones this year, expected to release Pixel and Pixel XL with DayDream VR and 4K-enabled Chromecast on October 4th.

Possibilities are there still alive that the market could see the 7-inch Google’s tablet made by Huawei this year should sport a Pixel branding. It will be interesting to see what Huawei and Google will be offering this year with its new 7-inch tablet. Since Android-powered tablets have been struggling to compete with others to the lack of innovation. Should this year’s tablet take off.

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