Pixel Tablet: Google's biggest leak yet ahead of I/O

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Pixel Tablet: Google's biggest leak yet ahead of I/O (Image: io.google/2023)
Pixel Tablet: Google's biggest leak yet ahead of I/O (Image: io.google/2023)

Delhi : On May 10, the Google I/O 2023 event will begin. At the occasion, the tech juggernaut is predicted to make significant revelations. Along with the Pixel 7a, Pixel Tablet, and other new products, the newest version of the Android OS will be unveiled.

Google Pixel Tablet has been seen on the Amazon Japan website two days before the I/O event. The listing, which has since been removed, included all of the specifications for the new tablet and showed off its Porcelain and Olive Green colour options. 

The Pixel Tablet will sport a 10.95-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 2560x1600 pixels, according to the Amazon Japan listing. It will be driven by a Tensor G2 chipset made by Google and equipped with 8GB of LPDDR5 RAM. The gadget will be available with internal storage options of 128GB and 256GB UFS 3.1.

A front-facing 8MP camera with an f/2.0 aperture may be present on the next Google tablet. The Google Pixel Tablet is rumoured to include an 8MP sensor with an 84 degree field of vision and an f/2.0 aperture on the back. 

Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth 5.2, compatibility for Ultrawide band, and a USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C connector for charging and data transfer are possible connectivity options for the tablet. The smartphone will include three microphones for calls, recording, and Google Assistant, as well as a quad speaker audio system.

The tablet will feature a speaker dock, which allows it to function as a hub for smart homes as well. With a battery capacity of 27 watt hours, the gadget can operate for 12 hours. According to the description, the Google Pixel Tablet will cost 80,000, or around 48,500. The gadget, according to a Reddit user, will be on sale on June 20.

This year's Google I/O will only last one day, as compared to the three days it has in prior years. The firm seems to want to move its attention away from a single event and towards continuing assistance for web and Android developers.