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Pixel tablet display will apparently be around 11 inches

Google will finally launch its own Android tablet next year, and this week a new leak reveals more details about the Pixel tablet, including display size.

Kuba Wojciechowskiwhich has had a few Pixel leaks in recent months, may have since revealed the size and at least a few storage options for Google’s upcoming Pixel tablet via 91Mobiles.

Evidence of shipping EVT (engineering validation test) units to India has revealed a few key specs of the Pixel tablet. First, we can see at least two storage variants. There is a 128GB model and a 256GB model. The tablet also appears to support Wi-Fi 6.

The Pixel tablet, which is now in the EVT phase, is a good sign that it could arrive a little earlier than some expected, possibly before the Pixel 8 debuts next year.

Also featured on these lists is a 10.95-inch display for the Pixel tablet, which will almost certainly be rounded up to 11 inches in marketing. That screen supports the USI stylus standard as previously reported, and there is confirmation of a USI 2.0 stylus from Google in these lists.

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None of this, of course, is particularly surprising. Eleven inches has become the standard form factor for tablets in recent years, including Apple’s iPad Pro and Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S8. 128GB and 256GB are also pretty standard storage options, and using Wi-Fi 6 makes sense as we know this device will have the same specs as the Pixel 6 series, including Google’s first-generation Tensor SoC. The Pixel tablet is also expected to use the same camera on the front and back of the device.

As we reported earlier this month, Google also appears to be working on a second “Pro” tablet.

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