Feb 09, 2017 04:59 AM EST
Pixel C 32GB Removed from Google Store Could Signify Google Nexus 7 Imminent Release; Tablet Market Reportedly Declining [DETAILS]
The 32GB version of Pixel C tablet has reportedly removed from Google Store and netizens speculate that it could be a sign of the imminent release of Google Nexus 7. For this reason, the declining market of the tablet industry is expected to rise again this 2017 with the coming of new devices from major manufacturers. See full details here!
You Can't Find 32GB Pixel C Tablet in Google Store Anymore
It was two years ago when Google released the premium Pixel C tablet with two versions, the 32GB and 64GB. However, just recently, the netizens are stirred when they learned that the 32GB version can no longer be found in Google Store as well as in other online retailers such as Amazon and B&H, Phandroid reported.
For this reason, rumors suggest that the removal of the said version of Pixel C tablet is a strong sign that Google is prepping up for the coming out of Google Nexus 7 tablet. But this claim has never been confirmed by the search giant nor by any credible media outlets; thus, a refreshed Pixel C is highy anticipated to hit the store shelves soon rather than the Nexus 7.
Android Tablet Market Reportedly Declines in Q4 of 2016
Android tablets has a total shipped of 40.3 million from October to December of 2016 which is considered lesser than the previous year's 45 million. According to Android Headlines, the reported decline is likely because of the rise of Windows-based tablet such as Surface Pro of Microsoft and the decline is expected to continue until the next year when the Windows-maker released the Surface Pro 5 as well iPad Pro 2 from Apple.
However, since the Mobile World Congress 2017 is just around the corner, the reported decline can be stop most especially when major manufacturers are said to be launching tablets in the events. Having said that, Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is the most anticipated one during the event.