While Google plans to launch the Pixel 7 and Pixel Watch on October 6, the company is keeping the homemade Pixel Tablet until 2023.
While we might get some sort of update during next month’s Made by Google event, Google has kept everything under wraps so far, keeping a loose view and a few hints about the user interface.
However, there are a few analyzes in the latest Android 13 beta, if you know where to look, including more on the rumored charging dock with built-in speaker which will essentially turn it into a smart display like the Nest Hub series. When searching in Android 13 QPR1, 9to5Google detected a number of animations showing that the charging dock is on.
An animation shows the Google Assistant logo, an alarm clock, as well as icons for photos, ideas, and music, which are similar to those on the Nest Hub. Another filter appears to be showing the tablet docking process, which shows the charging icon. The site has also revealed text explanations from within Android 13 QPR1 Beta 1, which you can see below.
Get the most out of your tablet, even when docked and charged. Get ready now, or get a reminder later.
Allow Google Assistant to respond even when your screen is locked.
Play music or send videos directly from your tablet’s lock screen when it’s docked.
Choose from personalized photos, curated artwork, watch faces, and more to appear on your screen while your tablet is docked.
Google hasn’t revealed an exact release date for the Pixel Tablet, but it’s hard to work on creating software improvements to ensure that your big-screen Android device matches the Pixel series of phones. Do you have high hopes for the Pixel Tablet? Tell us about Trustedreviews on Twitter.