The Google Pixel Tablet has appeared in Amazon’s Japanese web store. The listing shows that the tablet will have a 10.95” LCD screen with a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels and a 22Wh battery. The front and rear cameras will feature an 8-megapixel sensor.
It appears from the now-disappeared entry also that the LCD panel gets a maximum brightness of 500 nits. There is no mention of a high refresh rate, so it seems to be at 60Hz. The tablet will also have three microphones, a quad speaker array, ultrawideband and bluetooth 5.2. One of the captions to the product photos stated that the built-in 22 Wh battery can watch streamed videos for about 12 hours.
Earlier rumors showed that the Pixel Tablet will be released in a 128GB and a 256GB variant and will have a starting price of 600 euros. The tablet would also get 8GB of RAM and a Tensor G2 soc from Google itself. Google announced the Google Pixel Tablet in May last year. The release of the tablet is presumably for Google I/O, Google’s developer conference. The next Google I/O conference will take place on May 10. At that event, Google will also share more details about its first foldable phone, the Pixel Fold.
Update11.45 am: the word ‘listing’ has been replaced by the word ‘mention’ throughout the article.
Google Pixel Tablet