TechRadars summary Pixel8 is a thin and light tablet with a gorgeous, high-end Android 8 smartphone, all powered by Google Pixel.
It’s one of the first Android 8 devices to ship with Google Play editions of the latest Android versions, with support for Android 8 Oreo.
Pixel8 ships with the same 10GB of RAM as its Android 8 predecessor, but it comes with a Google Play edition of Android 8 and Google Pixel OS 4.1, which makes it a great choice for any smartphone.
Pixel 8 is one of those cheap, portable Android tablets that you can easily upgrade to for the price of a Google Pixel phone.
Pixel is one thin and lightweight tablet with some premium hardware inside.
It has a 1.5GHz quad-core Snapdragon 820 processor and an Adreno 540 GPU.
It also has 4GB of storage and 64GB of onboard memory.
The battery is a 3300mAh unit.
Pixel has an 8-inch, 1280×720 pixel, IPS display with a resolution of 2560 x 1440.
It comes with the Pixel Launcher for Android and a Google Search app, which is a Google-branded search engine.
Pixel comes with an 8GB of internal storage and 32GB of expandable memory.
Pixel also comes with Google Search Plus, which allows you to use Google Search on the Pixel device.
Pixel doesn’t have a full-size camera, but Pixel has a 13MP rear-facing camera with a f/2.0 aperture and optical image stabilization.
Pixel supports Google Assistant for voice commands.
Pixel runs Google’s Pixel OS, which includes a full version of Android.
Pixel uses the same Google Pixel 8 hardware, so the same software is used.
Pixel, like the Pixel 8, supports Google Play apps.
Pixel costs $249.99 at the time of this review, or $279.99 for a Pixel XL.
The Pixel 8 comes with 32GB or 64GB or 128GB of memory, depending on your choice of storage, as well as an additional microSD card slot for adding more storage.
The 16GB and 32MB models are available with an additional 4GB microSD slot, and the 64GB and 128GB models with a 1TB microSD expansion slot.
Both Pixel 8 models have a 12MP rear camera with f/1.8 aperture and a 4K video camera.
Pixel ships with Android 8, which features Android 8 apps and a redesigned Google Assistant.
Google’s Android 8 software is built into Pixel 8.
Pixel phones support the Pixel Search app from Google.
Pixel offers a full slate of Android apps, including the Google Play store and the Google Home Mini.
The Google Play Store includes a variety of apps including the latest Google Music, Google Maps, Google+ Music, YouTube, Gmail, Photos, and more.
The new Google Home, which ships with Pixel, lets you control your Android devices with voice commands from the Google app on your phone.
Android 8 also includes Google’s new Chromecast streaming AV receiver, which works with Google’s Chromecast-powered Android TV set-top box, and supports Dolby Atmos audio.
The Chromecast AV receiver also includes Android apps and support for Dolby Vision, which can record 4K and HDR video.
The included Android 8 launcher is a Chrome browser extension that lets you launch Android apps with your voice.
Pixel will also come with a 10GB free Google Cloud Storage account, which lets you access your Android device’s storage in the cloud.
Pixel’s battery life is rated at 5 hours, but that’s only if you charge it with your phone every hour.
The only other Pixel smartphone to come with an affordable, high quality, Android 8 tablet with the Google Pixel software is the Pixel XL, which starts at $299.99.
Pixel XL is also available with 32MB of RAM and 64MB of onboard storage, or with an extra 4GB memory.
It costs $299 at the moment, or around $399 for the PixelXL.
The $199 Pixel XL comes with 16GB of external storage and 16GB micro SD card slot.
Pixel features an 8MP front-facing, f/0.8 rear camera and a 1,200mAh battery.
Pixel starts with Google Assistant, which offers voice commands and can be used to control Android devices.
Pixel includes Google Play Movies, Google Music Unlimited, Google Drive, Google Camera, and Google Assistant with voice.
Google SearchPlus also comes bundled with the Android 8 app, so you can use Google search on the device without the need for an additional app.
Pixel can also run the Pixel launcher from Google Search, and it can connect to Google’s network.
Pixel and Pixel XL both come with Google Home.
Google Home includes Google Search Assistant for phone calls, Google Now, Google Assistant TV, and a host of other features.
Pixel Home also supports Dol