The all-purpose Google Pixel C tablet is the first Android tablet built by Google from start to finish. Samsung’s TabPro S is yet an impressive tablet that offers heavy-duty performance powered by Windows 10 and the Intel Core M processor. Let’s find out how the tablets compare against each other.
According to Google, the Google Pixel C has a slim and convertible design. You may either use it as a solo tablet or as a laptop by attaching a keyboard to the screen.
The Galaxy TabPro S, on the other hand, has a 12-inch touchscreen that comes with a beautiful AMOLED display technology. Its large display size proves handy when it comes to using the device for watching movies or using it as a functional tablet for office work, reports Samsung.
The display resolution on the Google Pixel C screen is 2560 x 1800 with 308ppi. Boasting an excellent megapixel density, the Pixel C brings more life to everything you do and enjoy on screen, such as gaming or streaming videos.
Colors are better and brighter on the TabPro S screen, offering 2160 x 1440 resolutions. There is an incredible accuracy of color, contrast and sharpness in every picture and video you see on the screen.
As for the battery, the Google Pixel C offers 34.2 WHr or Watt Hour, which can last for only a few hours in a day. On the other hand, the Galaxy TabPro S has a robust 5,200mAH battery that can last up to 10.5 hours, which is certainly more than the Pixel C’s battery life.
Going by the price, the Google Pixel C tablet should be your first preference, but if you are ready to spend the money and enjoy uncompromising features in a tablet, the Galaxy TabPro S is for you.