According to that earlier report, the new Google smartphone may offer variants that can provide either 32GB or 128GB of internal storage to go with the aforementioned 4GB of RAM.
Talk surrounding the possibility of a new Nexus 7 began in October past year following a Trusted Reviews interview with Asus chairman Jonney Shih, who reportedly said: "So for the [first-generation] Nexus, I think that both parties feel that this will be an exciting product, with this kind of... price and this kind of functionality and quality". Just as the Nexus 5X was a Telstra exclusive a year ago, the phone will also be exclusive to Telstra, with no option to purchase on contract through Optus or Vodafone - but you should still be able to purchase it outright through the Google Store. While details about the Pixel XL and Pixel smartphones are still rolling in, it appears as if Huawei could handle tablet duties in 2016. Some reports claim that the tablet's launch is also confirmed with a name which the Chinese giant recently trademarked, Huawei 7P.
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The new tablet is unlikely to be included in the Nexus family of devices, according to Blass. The smartphones from HTC had been codenamed Marlin and Sailfish in the previous leaks. If it does indeed carry the Pixel brand, it's possible the tablet could feature a similar design to the Pixel C tablet with a detachable keyboard dock, but this is purely speculation on our part. The Huawei-made 7-inch Pixel tablet will most definitely be announced at the same event.
We'll have to wait and see whether the price jump in the Pixel line applies to the 7-inch variant. Through this, the Google Pixel and Pixel XL will enjoy a new launcher, the new Google Assistant and Daydream Support. One thing is for sure: the new Pixel and Pixel XL devices will be more expensive than the last year's Nexus handsets and they are expected to run on a Google-customized version of Android 7.0 Nougat.