Take a look at these pictures of the Google Pixel tablet along with its Charging Speaker Dock.

Tablets play a crucial role in the mobile technology industry, which is why many of the companies best known for their smartphones, such as Apple and Samsung, also provide their own enormous slab of screen. Yet, one prominent company in the IT sector lacked this feature.

However, the year 2022 was the year in which we learned for sure that Google will be releasing its very own tablet, which will be known as the Google Pixel Tablet, during the annual Google I/O event, which takes place in May of each year. The internet search giant gave another hint about its forthcoming tablet during the most recent Made by Google event, which also featured the unveiling of several of Google’s other mobile devices, including the Pixel 7 and Pixel 7 Pro, as well as the company’s first smartwatch, the Pixel Watch.

Now, a well-known and reputable leaker on Twitter who goes by the nickname “ShrimpApplePro” has shared images of a “pre-release” version of Google’s Pixel Tablet along with the brand new Charging Speaker Dock that is designed to be compatible with it. ShrimpApplePro’s account name is @ShrimpApplePro.

The photographs show Google’s tablet at what appears to be its initial setup screen after it has been properly configured for the first time. At the very bottom of the screen are displayed some of the most well-known and indispensable applications produced by the firm. These include Chrome, Gmail, Photos, the Google Play Store, Messages, and YouTube. The applications on the far right of the screen are suggestions. There is a widget for Search located on the far left side of the screen. The Camera and Maps programmes are located at the very top of the first row of app icons.

We can see that this particular model of the Pixel Tablet has 256 gigabytes of storage by looking at the photograph where the screen is displaying the device’s settings. You can also see the Battery tab on the left side of the screen. It indicates that there is a remaining charge of 70%, which, based on what you see in the photograph, equates to around 16 hours of use.

According to 9to5Google, the Charging Speaker Dock appears to be nearly identical to the one that is attached to the Google Nest Hub Max. This is something that the company has pointed out. The fact that this is the case does not absolutely guarantee that the audio quality will be identical to one another in every respect, but the likelihood of this occurring is quite high.

Although Google has announced that it would deliver the Pixel Tablet sometime in 2023, that is about all the information that is currently available regarding the release date. There is no other information provided; nevertheless, you should stay tuned since we will keep you updated as soon as we learn anything new!