Factory Images And Binaries For Android 6.0.1 Released For The Pixel C

Posted: Dec 11 2015, 10:02am CST | by , Updated: Dec 11 2015, 10:07am CST, in News | Technology News

Factory Images And Binaries For  Android 6.0.1 Released For The Pixel C

Google recently released the Pixel C Tablet. The tablet was made available for purchase on the Google Store.

Google unveiled the factory images and binaries of the Android 6.0.1 for the new upcoming device today.

Google has released two different pictures of the Pixel C. The build numbers on the factory images are stated as MXB48J and MXB48K.

The codename for Pixel C’s software branch is stated as “ryu”. The new images have surfaced just four days after Google unveiled the factory pictures for the Nexus series.

As observed by the images, users need to have a custom ROM to replace, in case; something goes bad with their Pixel C.

Google, as mentioned above, also released the propriety binaries codenamed as “dragon”. ROM developers will be really happy to hear this news.

The Pixel C is the Google’s big chance towards the convertible device launch. It works as a laptop plus tablet.

The keyboard can be bought separately. Google is not the only company which is active in this sector.

Microsoft Surface Pro Line, Lenovo, Dell, Asus and HP etc all running on Windows OS are very active in this race.

Apple iPad Pro, powered by iOS 9 is also one of the big competitor, in fact it is somewhat leading the race.

The Pixel C is powered by Android OS. There is also a report which suggests that Google initially tested Chrome OS on the Pixel C.

You can view the Factory images and Binaries, if you are interested in having the new Google device.

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