Google's upcoming 'Pixel Tablet' will reportedly come with two different dock options.
According to tipster Kuba Wojciechowski, the tablet will come with two dock options-- korlan/K6 and yuzu/Y4-- which are expected to be the codenames or the model numbers of the docks, reports Android Authority.
While one dock is likely to be a combination of a speaker and a charger, the other might be a charging-only station.
According to the report, the Pixel Tablet is expected to be a stay-at-home device that will attach to a smart speaker using pogo pins and the speaker dock will also double up as a charger.
However, as per the new information, the tech giant might have a second dock variant for the Pixel Tablet that will not include a speaker and will only be meant to charge the device.
If this information is true, the company is likely to sell the Pixel Tablet for different prices for different docks.
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Last week, it was reported that the company might release a Pro version of its upcoming Pixel Tablet, which will feature a Tensor G2 chip.
Last month, the 'Pixel Tablet' and its charging speaker dock were leaked on Facebook Marketplace, a destination on Facebook where people can buy and sell items.
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