The Pixel Pill is on deck for a full reveal at Google I/O 2023 this week, however one retailer seems to have jumped the gun and spilled the beans.
Satirically, it’s Google’s soon-to-be pill rival Amazon that has apparently listed the machine early. The Japanese arm of the retailer says the pill will go on sale on June 20. Nevertheless, launch dates might differ in several territories so we shouldn’t learn an excessive amount of into that.
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This phenomenal contract boasts 100GB, with £49 upfront and simply £20.99 a month. That involves £552.76 over two years, which is lower than shopping for the cellphone outright.
- £49 upfront
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The identical applies to the worth listed by Amazon.jp. The ¥79,800 interprets to round £470. It’s actually unlikely that Google will use a like-for-like forex switch, so once more it’ll be a case of ready till Google I/O for the complete phrase.
One factor we are able to most likely depend on although, is the listed spec sheet for the long-awaited Android-powered pill. The show, in accordance with the itemizing, will measure up at 10.95-inches with a 2,560 x 1,600 decision. It’ll additionally promise a 12-hour battery life total.
It guarantees a slate powered by the identical Google Tensor G2 SoC, which will likely be accompanied by 8GB of RAM. You’ll stand up to 256GB storage (though there’s additionally a 128GB configuration). The itemizing additionally speaks of 8-megapixel cameras on each side of the machine.
You possibly can see the now deleted itemizing within the screenshot under (by way of Android Police).
The Pixel Pill was initially introduced by Google all the best way again in October final yr, with the corporate promising a full reveal and launch in 2023.
There’s been little or no speak of the pill since, solely the odd leak right here and there, together with a glimpse at a pill dock that’ll see it double up as a sensible show.
Google I/O is simply two days away, on Might 10 and we’ll have full protection of the occasion because it occurs, with the entire response thereafter.