Google Pixel Tablet 2023: Google I/O 2022 changed from a developer conference to a Pixel hardware demonstration in the conclusion. At the event, Google not only introduced the much-anticipated Pixel 6a and ANC-enabled Pixel Buds Pro, but also the Pixel 7 series and the Pixel Watch. But that’s not all. It went over and above by displaying a physical device that it plans to release in 2023 – the Pixel tablet. Here are the specifics.
Google is developing an Android-based Pixel Tablet
With customer demand for Android tablets increasing and enhancements for large screen devices coming to Android, Google is preparing to introduce a Pixel-branded tablet. Yes, the Pixel tablet will be released in 2023 with the Google Tensor processor and extra Android tablet capabilities.
Here’s a sneak peek at our upcoming Pixel tablet 👀
— Made By Google (@madebygoogle) May 11, 2022
The tweet posted above provides us with our first glimpse at the Pixel tablet design, and it appears that someone removed the screen from the Nest Hub Max to tease a tablet gadget at I/O 2022. With a seafoam green rear and white bezels on the front, the tablet appears hefty. It also appears to include a back and front camera, a power button with a fingerprint sensor, and pogo pins under the Google logo for connecting accessories.
According to rumors, Google was working on a Nest-branded tablet, and this may be it. Given the rise in demand for Android tablets, the company may have renamed it a Pixel gadget. According to rumors, the pogo pins will be used to link the tablet to a Nest speaker.
You might wonder why Google is producing another tablet. Well, Google has been attempting to optimize Android so that it can accommodate large-screen smartphones. It not only launched Android 12L, a tablet and foldable-friendly version of Android, but it is also aiming to merge more similar capabilities into Android 13. It’ll be fascinating to see what Google’s first in-house tablet since the Pixel Slate (roughly 2019) has in store. However, we will have to wait more than a year to see it.