Google Pixel Tablet specs and images leak, and the Pro version seems canceled

Back in May 2022 at the I/O 2022 event, Google showcased the Pixel Tablet. The Pixel Tablet was said to be coming in 2023. Certainly, tipster Kuba Wojciechowski reveals that Google will introduce only one Tablet and the Pro version could be dismissed. The Pixel Tablet is codenamed “Tangor” and the Pixel Tablet Pro is codenamed “Tangorpro”. Further, the tipster revealed that the Pixel Tablet will feature the first-generation Tensor chip. Whereas, the Pixel Tablet Pro could feature the Tensor G2 chip.

In the Tweet thread, the tipster revealed that Google has dismissed the Tangor version. To clarify, Google will only announce the Pixel Tablet with the Tensor G2 mobile platform. The Pixel tablet will be available in 8 GB Samsung LPDDR5 RAM and 256 GB Kioxia UFS storage. Moreover, the Pixel Tablet will feature a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.

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The tipster has shared the live images of the pre-production unit and display specifications of the Pixel Tablet. Certainly, it will have an 11-inch display. The tablet will come with an 11-inch CSOT Richtek RT4539 six-channel LED driver. The Tablet does have a 2560 x 1060 pixels resolution. Unfortunately, we won’t be able to see an OLED display.

Google will provide two docks for the Pixel Tablet, korlan/K6 and yuzu/Y4. One of them features a speaker while the other only supports charging.


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