Google Pixel Tablet: screened its features after launch

Google Pixel Tablet

The specs for the next Google Pixel Tablet, which will be unveiled on October 6th, have been leaked online.

In May, Google announced that it would be adding a new product to its lineup: the Google Pixel Tablet. During its developer conference, the company only talked about the software’s look and any news about it. Its main features will be talked about at an event in October. These, on the other hand, have already been seen thanks to 91Mobiles leak.

The portal ensures that the Tablet’s primary specs are revealed when it passes the engineering validation test, or EVT. This lets us know its screen size, CPU speed, storage capacity, and other details.

The screen on the tablet will be 10.95 inches, which is very close to the size of the screen on Apple’s iPad Air. Both the screen’s resolution and how often it refreshes are unknown. Most likely, Google will bet on a QHD+ panel with 120 Hz or, at the very least, a FullHD+ panel with 90 Hz. Yes, the Google Pixel Tablet screen will work with a Stylus, but we don’t know much about it yet.

Google Pixel Tablet will have Pixel 6 Tensor processor.

When it comes to performance, we know that the Google Pixel Tablet will have a Tensor processor from the first generation. That is, both the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro have the same SoC. Even though it seems strange that the company isn’t betting on the Tensor G2 that will come with the Pixel 7, it could be a way to make the price a little lower. In any case, the latest benchmarks that have been leaked show that the differences between processors are not as big as we thought they would be.

On the other hand, the Tensor processor will come with either 128 GB or 256 GB of built-in storage. Wi-Fi 6 will also be a part of the Google Pixel Tablet. Yes, it won’t come with a GPS modem.

The tablet will also come with Android 13. The apps and some system parts will be slightly changed to fit the 10.95-inch screen. The device will be officially announced on October 6, and it could go on sale that same month.

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