According to a report, Google will be launching the new Nexus 7 tablet in July at an estimated price of $229. It was in the last year that Google had launched the Nexus 7 tab. It has been quite a while and there hasn’t been any new launch since.
The nearest possibility to launching the successor was during the Google I/O recently. However, that did not materialize. But the launch of the new tab has been brought forward by CNET and claims that the launch is in the wings.
It is known that CNET has got this information from IHS, which is a market research company. The report states that AUO and Japan
The display has worked on manufacturing the display of this tab. It is also reported that the tablet will be made by Quanta.
DigiTimes, another source of the report has also come forward to say that the retailing of the Nexus 7 tablet will get underway from July. This report also mentions the price of the gadgets. The 16 GB variant has a price tag of $229, as mentioned above.
The whispered specs of the Google Nexus 7
The display of the Nexus 7 could possibly be 1920 X 1200 pixels and pixel density 323ppi. It’s still unclear, but the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon processor could power the tab rather than the NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor.
With these specs on-board, there could be direct competition between the Nexus 7 and other gadgets like Kindle Fire HD tabs and iPad mini that are the products of Amazon and Apple respectively.
The Nexus 7 tablet has been manufactured by Google in alliance with Asus. The tab comes in 7-inch IPS display and has a resolution of 1280 X 800 pixels. 1.2 MP front camera and 1GB of RAM are a couple of key features of the tab apart from the powerful 4,325 mAh battery.
On Google Play, the Nexus 7 comes for a price of $199.