Amazon accidentally reveals the Pixel Tablet's release date and price

2
Amazon accidentally reveals the Pixel Tablet's release date and price
Some vital information pertaining to the upcoming Pixel Tablet was released today by Amazon's Japanese site by mistake. Links to an image of the page can be viewed on Reddit. The tablet joins the Pixel Watch, the Pixel Buds, and of course, the Pixel phones as Google seeks to expand the Pixel ecosystem. First previewed by Google during last year's Google I/O developer conference, at this year's conference we could see the tablet introduced alongside the Pixel Fold, Pixel 7a, and a new Sky Blue Pixel Buds A-Series wearable.

Based on the Pixel Tablet page that Amazon Japan accidentally posted (and which has been since taken down) the Pixel Tablet will be available, at least in Japan, in Hazel and Porcelain. The price of 79,800 Yen converts, at current exchange rates, to just under $592. The page also notes that the planned release date for the Pixel Tablet is June 20th, 2023. That would be one week before the rumored June 27th release date for the Pixel Fold.


The model number for the Porcelain variant (which is white) is GA04750-JP. We assume that the "JP" after the hyphen is Google's country code for Japan. The Hazel variant is listed as being out of stock although we don't know whether this is posted as such simply because the device has yet to be officially announced.

We expect the Pixel Tablet to feature a 10.9-inch display with a 1600 x 2560 resolution and the device will be powered by the Google Tensor 2 SoC. That is the same chipset that powers the Pixel 7, and Pixel 7 Pro, and is also expected to be under the hood of the soon-to-be-announced Pixel 7a mid-ranger. The latest rumored specs have the slate carrying 8GB of RAM and the storage options are expected to be 128GB/256GB. Android 13 will be pre-installed.

The accidentally posted Amazon Japan page also reveals that the Pixel Tablet will come with a charging speaker dock that effectively turns the tablet into a smart display.

Recommended Stories

To make the leaked page easier for you to read, we've divided it into four sections which you can view in the slideshow above.

Recommended Stories

Loading Comments...
FCC OKs Cingular\'s purchase of AT&T Wireless