Google IO 2022 pixel tablet


  • Size and storage details of the Pixel Tablet have allegedly leaked.
  • The device is reportedly in the testing phase right now after completing the prototyping stage.

Google gave us a glimpse of the Pixel Tablet a while back. The device isn’t launching till 2023, but folks over at 91Mobiles have teamed up with developer and emerging leaker, Kuba Wojciechowski, to reveal some details about it.

According to the information, the Pixel Tablet has reached the Engineering Validation Test (EVT) phase. This means Google is done with the prototyping phase and has most likely cemented the design and hardware of the tab.

Wojciechowski claims that these early units of the Pixel Tablet have reached India for testing and certification. Per his sources, the upcoming Google tablet will feature a 10.95-inch display, Wi-Fi 6 support, as well as 128GB and 256GB storage options. He also claims Google is making a USI-certified stylus to go with the device.

Code sleuthing by the leaker previously revealed that the Pixel Tablet might not have any GPS hardware or modem. He also claimed the tablet would lack a proximity sensor and a barometer, suggesting it would be a stay-at-home device.

Other than that, Wojciechowski believes the Pixel Tablet will likely stick to the first-gen Tensor processor instead of the Tensor G2 set to power the new Pixels.

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