Google and Apple have been rivals since forever. They’re both experts in creating mobile devices and operating systems, but they’re also expanding their horizons, doing all kinds of experiments. This time, we’ll compare two of their tablets, which come with awesome specifications. We’re pretty sure that you’ll be interested in purchasing any of these two tablets: Google Pixel C, a convertible Android tablet, and iPad Pro, Apple’s largest iOs tablet which works with a stylus and physical keyboard.
Dimensions and Weights
The Google Pixel C measures 242x179x7mm and weights 517 grams. On the other hand, the iPad Pro is bigger and thinner, as it measures 305.7×220.6×6.9mm, but it weights 713 grams (Wi-Fi variant) or 723 grams (LTE variant).
The Google Pixel C comes with a LTPS IPS LCD display of 10.2-inch supporting a resolution of 2560×1800 pixels at 308 ppi. The iPad Pro has a larger LED-backlit IPS LCD of 12.9-inch, which supports a higher resolution of 2732×2048 pixels at 264 ppi.
Processors, Graphics Cards & RAM
The Google Pixel C sports an Nvidia Tegra X1 chipset, which is powered by a quad-core processor clocked at 1.9GHz, it has an Nvidia Maxwell GPU and 3GB of RAM. The iPad Pro features an Apple A9X chipset with a dual-core Twister processor clocked at 2.26GHz, a PVR 12 Cluster Series 7 graphics card and 4GB of RAM.
Both devices have been released in two storage variants. The Google Pixel C comes with an internal storage of 32GB and 64GB, while the iPad Pro has 32GB and 128GB. Unfortunately, there is no card slot for storage expansion on any of these two tablets, so you should think twice about how much space you need, because you will be stuck with it forever. Or until you’ll buy a new tablet with a more generous internal memory.
The Google Pixel C sports a primary camera of 8MP that’s found on the rear side and secondary camera of only 2MP. The iPad Pro has also a primary camera of 8MP, but the front camera is weaker at 1.2MP.
Both devices have non-removable batteries. The Google Pixel C has a battery of 9243 mAh, while the iPad Pro features a more powerful battery of 10.307 mAh to handle the larger screen.