The annual Google I/O developer conference is just days away and tech enthusiasts are eager to witness the capabilities of new innovative devices like the Google Pixel Tablet. A recent listing by Amazon Japan seemed to detail the specs of the Google Pixel Tablet (GA04750-JP).
Internet Archive got a snapshot before the listing went down, so here's the full list of specs for the Google Pixel Tablet. Thanks to @alfawien for the hint.https://t.co/VGCN7VM4iR https://t.co/Jv2QRGzWX8 pic.twitter.com/eg82dylpiL
— Roland Quandt (@rquandt) May 7, 2023
The listing, now removed, indicated that the approximately 11-inch tablet will hold a Google Tensor G2 processor chip, Titan M2 security coprocessor, 8GB RAM, and either 128GB or 256GB of storage.
The LCD display possesses a 16:10 aspect ratio (2, 560 x 1, 600 resolution), 276 ppi, 500 nits brightness, and 24 bits full colour. The Google Pixel Tablet will also boast a battery life of up to 12 hours of video streaming, a USB-C charging port, and support for Wifi 6.
Based on the listing, the tablet seems to be priced at ¥79,800 (Around S$784) for 128GB of storage. It is expected to offer four colour variations: Porcelain, Green, Black and Beige, and Light Pink.
Regardless, we can see if these leaks are true when Google officially reveals the Google Pixel Tablet in the coming Google I/O developer conference on 10th May this year. We may also get a first official look at the Pixel Fold and more of their AI capabilities.
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