Mysterious Google Pixel Tablet has further leaked details
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After the under-the-radar announcement at Google I/O 2022, the first solid leak of the Google Pixel Tablet has surfaced from the fairly reliable folks at 91Mobiles. It’s a focused specification slide, giving us a look at the core features we can expect when the Pixel Tablet comes out, including storage capacity, processor, and display size.
According to the report, the Pixel has now entered its EVT (engineering validation test) phase. This means that the equipment is all finished and no major changes are expected. At this stage, the Pixel Tablet is reported to come with an 11-inch display, WiFi 6 support, and 128GB – 256GB of storage. It should also be powered by the same Tensor that powered last year’s Pixel 6 when it comes out next year. Although the Pixel Tablet has been rumored to replace the Nest Hub (something about its boring design seems to have been confirmed), this report says that Google is testing this pen for the USI (Universal Stylus Initiative). The Pixelbook and Pixel Slate were Google’s latest large-screen devices to support photography and art.
Google’s last Pixel tablet was the Pixel Slate, powered by ChromeOS. The company didn’t cover that, instead leaving the tablet market with Samsung and other Android manufacturers. Samsung has done such a good job with Android tablets that it’s hard to see what Google is bringing to the table here for a company with such a reputation for hardware.
Google will need to do more to convince enthusiasts that this tablet is worth investing in as part of its goal to build the Pixel ecosystem. It would be a fascinating debate – if Google hadn’t just carelessly dumped its much-lauded Pixelbooks.
Apart from the Pixel Tablet, Google is set to announce the Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, and Pixel Watch in October. We may learn more about tablets then.
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