The Google Pixel Tablet was teased at the company’s Google I/O event in May this year. The US tech giant is expected to launch the upcoming tablet in 2023. A device called ‘Tangor’ has been spotted on the Google Git website, which is said to run on a 64-bit-only version of Android 13. The codenames are said to belong to Pixel tablets. The 64-bit-only version of Android 13 is said to occupy less memory. It also suggests that the Pixel tablet may not be able to run 32-bit apps.
in a Google device appeared First spotted by Esper’s Mishaal Rahman, on Google’s Git website. The site lists a commit titled “Move Tangor to 64-bit only”. According to Rahman, Tangor is the codename for the Pixel tablet. This suggests that the tablet may run on a 64-bit-only version of Android 13 out-of-the-box.
According to Rahman, if the Pixel tablet runs on the 64-bit-only version of Android 13, it can reduce memory usage. The upcoming tablet is also said to not run any 32-bit apps. The commitment doesn’t reveal any other information about the upcoming Pixel tablet. Google is yet to announce the tablet’s definitive launch timeline and specifications.
The Google Pixel tablet was earlier teased by the American company during the Google I/O event in May. The tablet is expected to be powered by Tensor SoC. Pixel tablet to be launched in 2023. The company has also confirmed that the upcoming tablet will run on Android 13 out-of-the-box.
During the Google I/O 2022 event, the company also teased the Google Pixel 7 series along with the Pixel tablet. According to a recent report, the Pixel 7 series was spotted on the US FCC database with four model numbers. According to the report, the upcoming series is said to support Wi-Fi 6E, Bluetooth, NFC and wireless charging.