On the websites of UL Solutions and the FCC database, the Google Pixel Tablet has been identified. The next Android tablet will include an Ultra Wideband (UWB) connection, according to the FCC filing. The tablet has also been seen on UL Solutions, which provides data on the charging capabilities and dock. even deduce that the device is a wireless mobile device from the FCC listing, the UL Solutions listing makes clear that it is indeed a tablet. Let’s look at the details these postings have provided.
The model number GTU8P for the Google Pixel Tablet has been discovered on the FCC website. The latest Android has been listed as having compatibility with three communication standards—Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and UWB—according to the FCC filing. The UL Solutions listing has verified that the item is an Android tablet, even though the description itself does not specify what sort of tablet it is.
Google Pixel Tablet Spotted on FCC Webpage
launch event for the Pixel 7 series last year, Google unveiled the tablet and said it will be available in 2023. The device is getting close to its scheduled introduction, according to the FCC filing. For a UWB connection, the FCC listing doesn’t reveal anything.
Google may expand the range of UWB connectivity with the Pixel Tablet beyond the digital car key features on the Pixel phones. We may expect a tap-to-transfer connectivity system on the Google Pixel Table. Google has been developing a UWB connection for Nest speakers.
In the future, connection functions such as casting music from a tablet to a speaker or from a phone to a tablet may be available. There is currently little information available on the effects of UWB connectivity on the Pixel Tablet.
Google Pixel Tablet’s Fast Charging Specifications confirms
The UL Solutions listing has verified that the GTU8P model is a tablet. A charging station with the model number GMD6J is shown in the duplicate listing. The Google Pixel Tablet will allow fast charging up to 18W, according to this listing. On the other hand, it is claimed that the charging dock will support the device’s 30W rapid charging.
We’ll have to wait until the Google I/O 2023, when the company, ideally, will introduce the much-anticipated tablet. Google has declared that May 10 will be the date of the upcoming Google I/O 2023 developer conference. The Pixel tablet, Pixel 7A, Pixel Fold, Android 14, and other items are among those that Google is anticipated to introduce at the event.