Google Pixel C is an Android tablet, created by the same team behind Google’s Chromebook Pixel. Released in September 2015, the Pixel C has a 10.2″ 2560 x 1800 IPS panel, with a pixel density of 308ppi and 3:4 aspect ratio. It’s powered by Nvidia’s Tegra X1 chipset, with an octa-core processor in “big.LITTLE” configuration, and a 256-core Maxwell GPU, along with 3GB RAM. Internal storage comes in at either 32GB or 64GB. The Pixel C comes with a USB Type-C port.
Pixel C originally featured Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Now there is Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow update available for this tablet. Like many of the Nexus devices, Pixel C has received Android 6.0.1 factory image from Google. If you want to update your Pixel C using this factory image, a detailed tutorial is given below.