Since its under-the-radar announcement at Google I/O 2022, the primary concrete leaks of Google’s Pixel pill have surfaced from a reasonably dependable of us over at 91Mobiles. It is a specs-focused leak, giving us a have a look at the important thing options we will anticipate when the Pixel pill comes out together with its storage capability, processor, and show measurement.

As per the report, Pixel is at present in its EVT (Engineering Verification Testing) part. Which means that the {hardware} has been finalized and no main adjustments are anticipated. At this stage, the Pixel pill is reported to come back with an 11-inch show, help for WiFi 6, and 128GB – 256GB storage. This too is to be powered by the identical tensor that powers final yr’s Pixel 6 when it launches subsequent yr. Though the Pixel pill is rumored to be positioned as a Nest Hub alternative (its thrifty design confirms one thing), this report claims that Google is testing a USI (Common Stylus Initiative) pen for it. The Pixelbook and Pixel Slate had been Google’s final large-screen gadgets to help a stylus for observe taking and artwork.

Google Pixel Tablet.

Google’s final Pixel-branded pill was the Pixel Slate, powered by ChromeOS. The corporate did not comply with up on that, as a substitute leaving the pill market to the likes of Samsung and different Android makers. Samsung has accomplished such an excellent job with Android tablets that it is arduous to see what Google will deliver to the desk right here for an organization with popularity on {hardware}.

Google might want to do so much to persuade turned-down fanatics that this pill is value investing in as a part of its purpose of constructing a Pixel ecosystem. It will be a compelling argument — if Google hadn’t unintentionally deserted its critically acclaimed Pixelbooks.

Along with the Pixel tablets, Google is ready to announce the Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Professional and Pixel Watch in October. We are able to study extra in regards to the pill then.

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