Google Pixel Tab is going to be officially launched soon. The product has already been announced to launch at a later date. This is an attempt to finally complete a full-fledged ecosystem of Pixel products. Firstly, the revamped Pixel series launched with the Pixel 6 lineup which embarked on a new journey for the purest Android phone. Afterward, they shifted their focus on their Pixel Watch which turned out to be a decent product as well.
After announcing their tablet alongside their watch, they have also announced the launch of their first foldable device, the Google Pixel Fold. The ecosystem will be complete after the launch of Pixel Fold and Pixel Tab. Furthermore, the fold is confirmed to launch on the 10th of May. However, there is no set date leaked for the launch of the Pixel Tab. The Tab may get announced for sale at any time of the year. Moreover, it may be happening on the 10th of May itself at the Google I/O event. The specifications have already been exposed.
Google Pixel Tab
Firstly, the Tab will feature a 10.95-inch LCD with a resolution of 2560×1600 pixels. Moreover, the display will max out at a peak brightness of 500 nits. Pixel Tab will be powered by the Tensor G2 chipset. It is another reason to believe that the Tablet might get a launch before the announcement of the Pixel 8 series with the Tensor G3. Moving on, the tablet will be integrated with LPDDR5 RAM and UFS 3.1 storage.
Android 13 will be running out of the box. In addition, the device will come with the support of WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, and a USB 3.2 Gen 1 port. There will be quite a basic camera system in the device. There will be a single 8MP camera at the rear and a selfie shooter of the same resolution.
The Google Ecosystem – Apple’s Alternate?
Google has built an impressive ecosystem of products. However, it is still an under-progress project. I think they are on the right path but still not there in terms of competing with Apple. Their chipset capabilities are not on par with Apple’s in terms of what they can achieve with their in-house products. However, Google is on the right path. They need to continue on this path and focus on the marketing and availability of their products. With some refinement and perseverance, we will have an Apple competitor soon.