Google will likely follow up with a Pixel Tablet Pro shortly after (or at the same time) the first Pixel Tablet for a long time next year. The completely redesigned desktop mode for Android, which will undoubtedly be used on the Pro tablet, has been shown off in new ways. Perhaps the instrument isn’t so far away after all.
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About the desktop mode of the Pixel Tablet
The Pixel Tablet, which can also function as a smart display and may thus combine two previously distinct product categories, will be the first of Google’s 2023 tablets.
The Pixel Tablet Pro, which will also be available in the notebook market with a dockable keyboard, is the second tablet about which more and more details have emerged in recent weeks. Naturally, introducing an Android desktop mode wouldn’t hurt. Additional improvements to Android’s desktop will be visible in Android 13 QPR1.
The Freeform window’s display can be customized using this more advanced interface. These don’t have buttons in the title bar, so won’t be easy to change the size of the window quickly.
Additionally, apps running in desktop mode and those running on a smartphone or tablet are different.
Typing on smartphone displays in desktop mode may be challenging, probably also the more conventional method using a mouse.
The first Android 14 beta is probably only two months away. This release may place a significant emphasis on the desktop and propel Android’s adoption beyond smartphones and tablets. Esper has some details and screenshots for Android in desktop mode. In the coming days, the Android 13 QPR2 Beta is expected to release more information.
Lastly, tested on highly regulated smartphone displays because Android 13 QPR is officially only available for Pixel devices. There hasn’t been a Pixel tablet in a long time.
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