EVT is also the stage after the prototype, which means that Google has completed the design (and possibly the hardware). According to Wojciechowski, Google has already shipped some Pixel Tablet devices to India for EVT and certification.
He also said the tablet will offer 128GB and 256GB storage options, a 10.95-inch display, and Wi-Fi 6 support. He also spotted Google’s first-party USI 2.0 stylus for the Pixel tablet, which isn’t surprising since the tablet was previously USI certified.
Earlier news said that the Pixel tablet will be the first device to only support 64-bit Android 13 and be equipped with 2 cameras on the back of the fuselage. Wojciechowski had earlier said that the Pixel tablet would not come with GPS hardware or a modem, proximity and barometer sensors. It also won’t offer support for “high-fidelity” sensor processing.