Google I/O took place yesterday and during the event, the Pixel 6a took the stage as the latest entry to the Google device line-up. Well, the Pixel 6a was just the tip of the iceberg as to what Google has in store for us all. A series of devices slid in during this event, making up the list were the Pixel 7, Pixel 7 Pro, Pixel Watch, and Pixel tablet.
The back design of the Pixel 6 series successor was of attention, and they have the same camera module as does the Pixel 6 series. Certainly, the processor to power these coming devices will be a new generation Tensor chip. From the design, we can see that the Pixel 7 will come with a dual camera setup while the Pro variant will have three rear cameras.
The Pixel watch is to launch with the Pixel 7 series sometime within the months of September to November. This smartwatch has a dome-like design with the edges of the display falling off the side of the watch. Images of this device have already hit the internet, so you can get a good glimpse of it for yourself.
The last device to be teased during Google I/O is the Pixel tablet, this device is a long-awaited entry from Google. Ever since the launch of the Google Pixel Slate, the company in effect took a few steps backwards regarding the launch of a successor. The tablet will launch using a Tensor processor as well, possibly it’ll as well come with Android 13 out of the box. The front and rear views of this tablet were on display. Taking a wide guess, this tablet will come with a 10.5 or 11-inch screen and a keyboard dock. There is no further information on this tablet as to its launch date or specifications, we’ll have to wait for Google to make announcements regarding this.