Google Pixel tablet revealed to use 10.95-inch screen

Google previously announced that it will launch the Pixel tablet in 2023, and the tablet will be equipped with the Google Tensor chip like the phone. Today, a source brought more information about Google's Pixel tablet.

Developer Kuba Wojciechowski said that the Google Pixel tablet has entered the EVT (Engineering Verification Phase), which means that the Google Pixel tablet has completed the prototype design stage, and the appearance and hardware configuration of the product should have been determined. After passing engineering verification, Google's next step may be to start mass production of Pixel tablets.

According to Kuba Wojciechowski, the Google Pixel tablet will provide two storage specifications, 128GB and 256GB, with a 10.95-inch screen and support for Wi-Fi6 wireless networks. At the same time, he found that the Google Pixel tablet will support the USI stylus.

In May of this year, a Google tablet code-named Tangor appeared on the USI website. This listing confirms that the tablet in question has been certified by USI to meet USI Stylus and device specifications. USI is an organization that maintains a standard specification for interoperable styluses, ensuring that styluses work on a variety of touchscreen devices, including smartphones, tablets, and PCs. Google has been a member of USI since 2018 and has added support for USI to Chrome OS.

The developer previously broke the news that the Google Pixel tablet will be equipped with two 8-megapixel Sony IMX355 sensors, one in front and one behind, and will not support 4K recording, slow motion, and other functions.

At the same time, the Google Pixel tablet does not yet have a proximity sensor and barometer sensors, which means that the tablet is only suitable for use in the home, not in the middle of the journey. The code also indicates that the Google Pixel tablet will use a development board called "Citron," which means the tablet will be powered by the first-generation Tensor chip.

In June, the Google Pixel tablet will be equipped with several metal contacts on the back , and users can place the tablet on a special base called "Google Dock" to better use the tablet at home.

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