Google Pixel Tablet coming soon, will have ultra-broadband connection but not 5G

The new Pixel line device should be shown at Google I/O in May

A tablet from Google’s Pixel line is long overdue, but it seems that now the announcement is really imminent: the device has been submitted for approval by the FCC, the US Federal Communications Commission. Among the features of the device, it therefore turns out that there will be the ultra-broadband connection already present in the Pixel 6 Pro and 7 Pro smartphones. This type of connection, UWB for brevity, is a system that uses other devices to bridge the connections automatically: however, the system needs several approvals from regulatory bodies around the world, and that is why Google has submitted to the FCC’s approval with a model called GTU8P. The patent description states that this tablet, naturally based on Android, will have only three types of connection: in addition to ultra-broadband there are Bluetooth and Wi-Fi, but no cellular connection. The Pixel Tablet is highly anticipated because it should present a new communication system with smartphones and computers, allowing you to transfer files in real time between devices as is already the case for Apple devices, for example. The novelty could be shown in detail during the next Google I / O, the company’s conference is expected online in live streaming on May 10th.