Google Pixel Tablet debuted at the Google I/O conference in 2016. As this year’s Google I/O event approaches, the Internet has been flooded with rumors regarding its design and technical specifications. Now, the price of the tablet has been made public prior to its official release.
The Pixel Tablet is rumored to offer 128GB and 256GB of storage space. It could be offered in porcelain and mirage colors. The Google Pixel Tablet is expected to include a Tensor G2 processor and 18W charging.
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Roland Quandt, a Twitter informant, disclosed the rumored price of the Google Pixel Tablet. The forthcoming tablet will cost between 600 and 650 Euros (approximately 54,000 and 56,000 Indian Rupees). It reportedly comes in 128GB and 256GB capacities.
It is anticipated to be offered in translucent and porcelain colors. Google has already indicated that the tablet will have a black chassis and beige coloring. In comparison, the Pixel 7 with 128GB of storage costs EUR 599 (approximately Rs. 53,000) in the United Kingdom, whereas the Pixel 7 Pro starts at EUR 849 (approximately Rs. Moreover, the Pixel Tablet will be available in four colors.
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It will likely run Android 13 and feature a 10.95-inch display with support for Google’s USI 2.0 stylus. It is anticipated that the tablet will feature a Google Tensor G2 system-on-chip.
Also, the Google Pixel tablet will feature 8GB of RAM and Wi-Fi 6 connectivity. Google will reportedly include a Charging Speaker Dock with the tablet, according to rumors. It is anticipated to feature 8-megapixel Sony IMX355 sensors on both the front and rear. Additionally, it reportedly supports 18W charging. In May 2017, Google unveiled the Pixel Tablet alongside the Pixel 7 series smartphones at the Google I/O conference. It could be announced at this year’s Google I/O alongside the Pixel Fold and Pixel 7a.