There is every reason to think that the Google Pixel tablet has just been certified for the use of USI styluses. An announcement that could predict the wider arrival of styluses on Android, as well as a wireless charging feature on the Google tablet, but above all wide compatibility with many props.
The first Pixel tablet, whose name is still unknown (even if Google Pixel Tablet seems quite viable) has not been talked about too much since the revelation of its existence on stage during Google I / O 2022. We had learned there that it will have a single sensor on the back, a design with wide borders, the Tensor chip and the Android interface with the Material You sauce that we now know well, and that was about it.
According to the website nugiz, the future tablet of the Mountain View firm, expected for 2023, could integrate a stylus. Indeed, a product that could well be the tablet (entitled Google Tangor) has appeared on the certification list of the Universal Stylus Initiative (USI), an organization that aims to standardize styluses so that they work on all devices. .
Clearly, it is almost certain that Google has certified a tablet model to work with a stylus that meets USI certification. We can therefore imagine that the web giant has planned to market this type of accessory alongside its tablet.
Moreover, it is interesting to note that the last image of the teaser of the tablet represents four metal prongs under the Google sign, which in retrospect, could perhaps indicate wireless charging on the back of the device.
Another interesting detail: Google is part of the USI, but at the time of writing, Android does not yet support the USI standard. This information could portend its arrival on the OS, which would mean that any USI-certified stylus could work on many Android devices.
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