belbalady.net According to a listing that appeared on Amazon and was subsequently removed, the Pixel Tablet will be launched on June 20 in Japan, while other key specifications have now surfaced thanks to this leak.
Amazon Japan briefly posted a full list of Pixel tablets that included the scheduled release and several photos of the device. The tablet is priced at 79,800 JPY (~$591) for 128GB of storage (UFS 3.1). A previous leak showed European prices for April at €600-650 ($657 to $711).
A local site, such as WinFuture, was able to browse the list before it was removed and confirmed that the device will be powered by a Tensor G2 processor with 8 GB of RAM (LPDDR5). Rumors have also surfaced that there will be two storage options, with 256GB being the other size.
Moreover, the Pixel Tablet list reveals a 10.95-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 2560 x 1600, 500nits brightness, and USI 2.0 pen support. Other specifications of the Pixel Tablet include 8MP front and rear cameras that capture 1080p videos at 30 frames per second, three microphones, quad speaker, USB Type-C 3.2 Gen 1 port, 4-pin accessory connector, and Wi-Fi connectivity. 6, support for Bluetooth 5.2., Ultrawide Band (UWB) as already confirmed by the FCC.
Google seems to be taking a staggered approach to launching its upcoming devices if the Pixel Tablet is coming in June and the Pixel 7a is expected to arrive next week.
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