New hands-on footage of Google Pixel Tablet and Pixel Fold surfaces online
Google continues to tease the Pixel Tablet, almost a year on from the tablet's first showcase during the company's I/O 2022 keynote. Subsequently, there have also been various leaks, with Amazon briefly listing the tablet's Standalone Charging Dock. Alleged pricing leaked last week too, courtesy of Roland Quandt.
It turns out that Google has included Pixel Tablet units within its Shaped by Water exhibition, which the company hosted during this year's Milan Design Week. As the embedded images and video below show, Google revealed an additional Pixel Tablet colourway, likely to be marketed as 'Coral'. Purportedly, Google also plans to release a fourth colourway, which could be one of 'Lemongrass', blue or black based on Google's Shaped by Water stand.
The Pixel Fold is absent from Pixel's Milan showcase though, as is the Pixel 7a. However, Kuba Wojciechowski has shared a brief hands-on video with the former on Twitter. Also embedded below, the six-second video seemingly confirms that the Pixel Fold will have asymmetrical bezels, with thicker top and bottom bezels than those spanning the side of the device's foldable display. While it is unclear whether the Pixel Fold closes flush, a side-mounted fingerprint sensor can be seen, as can an interior front-facing camera positioned within the top bezel. Currently, Google is expected to announce the Pixel Tablet and the Pixel Fold on May 10 during its I/O 2023 keynote, as well as the Pixel 7a.