OED usage examples:
2004 JazzTimes Apr. 115/1 ‘Bridges’ is a..delight..albeit one has to be ready for the jazzified force of drummer and percussionist Jamey Haddad.
1995 Animals' Voice Spring 13/1 Young skunks begin to spray, albeit inaccurately, at about one month of age.
The most basic dictionaries state this:
conjunction UK /ɔːlˈbiː.ɪt/ US /ɑːlˈbiː.ɪt/ formal
The evening was very pleasant, albeit a little quiet.
He tried, albeit without success.
Definition of albeit
: conceding the fact that : even though : although
Origin and Etymology of albeit
Middle English, literally, all though it be
As created during the Depression by a promoter named Leo Seltzer, roller derby was the first sport in which men and women competed on the same team, albeit on a separate-but-equal basis, alternating periods on the track. —Frank Deford, New York Times Magazine, 4 Jan. 1998
… customers seemed generally cheery, albeit some were more cautious than others … —Cynthia Clark, Publishers Weekly, 26 Jan. 1998
But suppose the life were in many ways a mess, albeit a fascinating, courageous, picturesque and emotionally intense mess … —Diane Ackerman, New York Times Book Review, 23 Aug. 1987
although; even if:
a peaceful, albeit brief retirement.
It struck me that Charles has, albeit unwittingly, accelerated the tendency for the bad to drive out the good.