Monday, July 8, 2013

Google Nexus 7

Google’s Nexus 7 tablet is not exactly a surprise. Nor is the fact that I’m able 
to work on a review of the product just hours after the device was announced. 
For years now, Google has had the uncanny habit of not only making big 
announcements at its I/O events, but then immediately sharing what it has 
shown off with developers and members of the press.
This year was over the top. Not only did Google hand out its new, 7-inch, 
$199 Nexus 7 tablet, but it also introduced a new version of Android (4.1) 
called Jelly Bean, upgraded its flagship phone, and... rolled out the Nexus Q. 
Perhaps the most odd of all, the Q is a spherical media player / amp which 
functions as a wired audio and video output for all of your Google content.
Early, Google has announced that it's working on the second generation of 

the tablet Google Nexus 7, also images of it while it was in test phase has 

appeared at FCC which proving that the device will come out soon.

Google Nexus 7
According to a source Executive within the company Asus -the manufacturer 

of the device- the next generation of Nexus 7 will have a 7 inches, Full HD 

screen having 1080 x 1920 pixels.

Also Nexus 7 will have a quad core processor snapdragon 600 with 2G ram, 

Also it will have an 32G internal memory, supporting WIFI 802.11a/b/g/n and 

Bluetooth 4.0 also Nexus 7 will be supporting 4G LTE. Nexus 7 will have a 1.2 

mega pixel front camera and 5 mega pixel back camera, with a 4000 MAH 

battery, Running on android 4.3 and it will be released during july.

But the main course is obviously the tablet — a stock Google experience with 

a price point clearly meant to put a hurt on Amazon’s Kindle Fire, and sway 

potential buyers of Apple's lower-end iPad 2. Android as a tablet platform has 

stumbled thus far — can Google finally begin to make an impact in an 

increasingly crowded market?

These features have been leaked by one of Asus's Engineers


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