Pixel tablet leak reveals screen and battery specifications, launch date

According to a stripped-down Amazon listing, the Pixel tablet will launch in Japan on June 20, while other key specifications have now surfaced thanks to this leak.

As captured in the screenshot (Via Reddit), Amazon Japan posted a summary Full Pixel Tablet List It includes a planned release and several images of the device in Ceramic (brown back with white bezel) and Hazel (green/black).

The Pixel Tablet is priced at ¥79,800 (or $591~) for 128GB (UFS 3.1) storage, with European pricing set at €600-650 ($657~ to $711~) as of April. “12 hours of video streaming” is advertised with a “27 Wh built-in battery”.

A local site And Some on Twitter I was able to browse the listing before it was removed, and confirmed that the Tensor G2 will be paired with 8GB of RAM (LPDDR5). We will have two storage options, the other size is 256 GB.

Additionally, the Pixel tablet list flaunts a 10.95-inch 2560×1600 LCD with 500 nits of brightness. Other Pixel Tablet specs include 8MP front and rear cameras, three microphones, “quad speakers,” Bluetooth 5.2, and ultrawide band (UWB) already confirmed by the FCC.

With the Pixel tablet arriving in June and the Pixel 7a expected next week, it looks like Google will take a sequential approach to its upcoming hardware releases. This is further reinforced by the fact that the large-screen device has not already leaked like a mid-range phone at retail locations. It’s unclear if the Pixel Fold will launch alongside a tablet.

via SnoopyTech

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