Google’s Nexus 7-inch tablet prepared to deliver according to rumors
Everyone’s talking to the upcoming Google Nexus Tablet we have all been waiting for. As rumors has it, the ASUS MeMo 370T 7-inch quad-core tablet from CEO will be the 1st Nexus tablet and now we have even more gossips.
Google’s big developer occasion is beginning next week and we are all giddy with pleasure here what they will announce. One that will absolutely be a big part of the news is the rumored Nexus Tablet. Nowadays the folks from DigiTimes have launched more details (rumors) declaring the device is basically shipping now, is prepared to rock, and Google will in fact start promoting it early next month.
We was actually thinking Google would only provide it on the Play Store, but having it offered in the flesh at Best Buy’s and shops is a good move. DigiTimes reports the Google product will indeed release at the $199 price point which is been rumored for months.
They go as far as to say it will be accessible in early July after the globally statement and debut at Google I/O up coming week. To meet the low cost point Google taken out the rear facing camera and it will function a 720p front camera preferably. So how does that sound to you guys? I personally really like the idea of a 7-inch quad-core Tegra 3 tablet with a front facing camera, Android os 4.1, and pre-loaded with Google Chrome browser all for only $199.
Moreover no further information were revealed as they are being tight lipped on the issue, and he basically said 7 inch Google Nexus tablet coming at the end of June, not accessible. Even so, we anticipate retail accessibility will shortly follow the announcement and it will most possibly be available in beginning to mid July. With NVIDIA’s new KAI budget friendly quad-core brand, an awesome and lightweight design all under $200 they must have a true winner on their hands. Other gossips suggest Android 4.1 will make an appearance too but we will have to wait and see. More news are coming soon, so stay with us to get latest updates. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
Source: ANDROID COMMUNITY