Hey, guys, according to the latest news that we have got so far, the renders of a Google Pixel tablet have been produced by the talented designer Snoreyn based on a recently revealed design patent. The Pixel tablet in the fan-made renders operates on Android 12 and borrows some of its looks, especially the color scheme, from the upcoming Google Pixel 6 smartphone.
There is plenty of news at the moment about the soon-to-be-launched Google Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro smartphones, and it certainly wouldn’t be a bad thing if the search engine giant also released a tablet device to accompany the forthcoming Pixels. While this is extremely unlikely, it hasn’t stopped designer Snoreyn, working in conjunction with other studio, from creating a set of eye-catching renditions of a Google Pixel tablet.
Well, the renders are actually based on a design patent that was published in June of this year. While the line drawings in the patent don’t give too much away about the potential Google Pixel tablet, there are a couple of observations to pick out. First, the device has the tiniest of bezels, which could actually be a drawback for some users in regard to holding the tablet without accidentally operating an app on the touchscreen – even though it does make for a good-looking slate.