Google introduced the new Pixel tablet and released the first official images of Pixel 7 phones

The performance of the Pixel Tablet PC is handled by Google’s own Tensor system chip, but beyond that, the device is still known only for its appearance.

Google has unveiled its upcoming Pixel Tablet Android tablet and released the first teasing images of the Pixel 7 smartphones going on sale next fall.

The Pixel Tablet will not go on sale from the manufacturer this year, but will not be released until 2023, but Google’s own Tensor system chip is already available inside the tablet, which can also be found on last year’s Pixel 6 phones and the recent Pixel 6a.

Based on images revealed by a U.S. giant, the tablet is somewhat reminiscent of Google’s own Home Hub smart screen with its moderately thick white screen borders. Based on the appearance, one could imagine that, unlike the 2018 Pixel Slate, the new Pixel Tablet would be placed in the market in a more affordable price range. However, Google has not yet revealed more detailed information about its tablet than the system chip, so we’ll be waiting to see what other features the tablet brings.

The following newcomers to the Pixel phone range – Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro – are coming to store shelves later this year. Again, Google did not effectively disclose the feature overlay, but instead released official rendering images of the phones.

The pictures show a familiar camera island from last year’s Pixel 6 collection that runs through the top of the back cover of the phone, but its appearance has changed. The island itself is solid with the same metal sides and the lenses of the cameras placed inside the island stand out quite clearly. There seem to be two cameras in the Pixel 7 and three in the Pro.

Inside both of Google’s new devices, Android 13 and Pixel 7 are expected to run, and Pixel 7 Pro is expected to hit the market next fall, along with the latest version of Android and the previously reported Pixel Watch. The Pixel Tablet, on the other hand, has not yet been given precise schedules, but is promised to arrive sometime next year.

Sources: TechRadar, Android Central

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