The Google Pixel Tablet and its charging speaker dock have appeared on Facebook Marketplace. The yet-to-be released Google tablet has a similar screen setup as the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro’s Feathers collection.
The leak of the Google Pixel Tablet shows what looks like its default app setup. It shows the tablet-optimized Pixel Launcher home screen, with the search bar sitting atop default apps. These apps include Gmail, YouTube, Chrome, and Photos. The last two slots are suggestions.
The default app setup also features on the next row, the camera, Maps, and the Play Store. A view of the dual-pane Settings app for larger screens was also indicated. The current unit shown on Facebook Marketplace is a 256GB model. It has an estimated battery life of about 16 hours at 70%. The rear view of the Pixel Tablet was also leaked, and it showed USB-C and speaker grills at the connection to the charging speaker dock.
The Pixel Tablet’s charging speaker dock was also shown in the latest leak. It bears a strong resemblance to the base of the Nest Hub Max. It comes with a rectangular power adapter and could deliver 30W power like its sibling. A barrel connector is also featured in the charging speaker dock. The screen bezels are black, and the body could likely be dark, although the photos lack clarity.
Google announced in October 2022 that the Pixel Tablet will come in various shades of the nano-ceramic coating used in the tablet’s rear covering. There are still lots of additional features expected for the Pixel Tablet. It could debut with new designs for Google Assistant and Discover.
It will also likely feature Android 13 QPR2 preps desktop mode, new back gesture, and more. The Facebook Marketplace listing could well indicate an imminent release although Google remains mum at this time.