Google Pixel Tablet specifications have been leaked online by a developer, according to a report. The tablet is said to have entered the engineering validation test (EVT) phase that comes after the prototyping phase. Some units of the Pixel Tablet have been reportedly sent to India for EVT and certification, suggesting that the tablet could launch in the country soon. The upcoming Pixel Tablet is said to come in 128GB storage and 256GB storage variants. It is said to sport a 10.95-inch display as well.
Developer Kuba Wojciechowski, inwith 91Mobiles, has shared the key specifications of the upcoming , The developer has reportedly also said that the Pixel Tablet has entered the EVT stage that comes after the prototyping phase. This reportedly means that has finalized the design and hardware of the Pixel tablet. The tech giant is said to have already sent some units of the upcoming tablet to India for EVT and certifications, suggesting that the tablet could launch in the country.
Google Pixel Tablet specifications (rumoured)
Google Pixel Tablet is said to sport a 10.95-inch display with Google’s USI 2.0 stylus support, as per the report. It could be available in 128GB storage and 256GB storage configurations. For connectivity, it is said to get Wi-Fi 6 support. The Google Pixel Tablet is also said to be powered by a first-generation Google Tensor SoC.
As per the report, the Google Pixel Tablet might not feature GPS hardware or modem, a proximity sensor, and a barometer. Recently, the same developer took to Twitter, tothat a high-end tablet from Google is still under development. The tablet is said to have been codenamed ‘T6Pro’ or ‘tangorpro’.
In August, asuggested that the Google Pixel Tablet could run on 64-bit-only version of Android 13. This could reduce the memory usage on the Google Pixel Tablet, as per the report. Additionally, the tablet is said to not support 32-bit applications. To recall, the Google Pixel Tablet was by the tech giant during the Google I/O event in May this year. The tablet is expected to be unveiled next year, in 2023.