Google teased the Google Pixel Tablet during the unveiling of the Pixel 7 series last year, but the device has not yet made its official appearance. The only thing the business has confirmed is that the device will be used in the open this year.
Now that we have database entries from the FCC and UL Solutions, we can learn more information. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and UWB are all mentioned in the FCC listing, but only UWB is novel. We still don’t know how Google intends to use it.
On the other hand, the UL Solutions entry mentions the tablet’s 18W charging speed and implies that a docking station will be available for it. Although it’s not obvious if it transmits more power than 18W to the tablet, this charger accepts 30W chargers.
This is consistent with previous rumours that the dock for the Pixel Tablet will also serve as a loudspeaker, effectively transforming it into a smart display.
These listings indicate that Google will reveal the device shortly, most likely during this year’s Google I/O developer conference in May.