We are now just one day away from the Google I/O Conference kick-off in San Fransisco. The company’s first android tablet, Nexus 7 is expected to be released at the event. There’s been many rumors spread around the web about this device. It is said that the device will be the first of it’s kind that running on Android 4.1 a.k.a Jelly Bean. The next generation of Android OS that is unannounced yet until now. Today, we manage to get some detailed information about Google Nexus 7 tablet from our guys at Gizmodo Australia. Make sure that you stay tune here for more detailed explanation.
Specs-wise, Google Nexus 7 tablet will sports 7″ touch screen that able to provide maximum 1280 x 800 pixels resolution. Deep under it’s surface, lies a 1.3GHz quad-core Tegra 3 CPU, a full gigabyte of RAM, and 8GB/16GB internal data storage. Users should be able to experience 8 hours of battery life and Android 4.1 Jelly Bean OS. The rest of it’s technical details include 1.2MP web camera, NFC, and WiFi.
As we already mention above, Google Nexus 7 debut tipped for I/O Conference in San Fransisco tomorrow. If this news is accurate, you can expect to purchase the tablet somewhere around next month. It is said that the device will be sold around $200 to $250, depends on what type of the tablet that you pick.
So, are you ready for the first Nexus tablet? Then stay tune here in our website guys. That’s because tomorrow, we will provide you with live and full coverage from Google I/O Conference in San Fransisco. Let’s hope that we will able to see the Nexus tablet there.tags: Android 4.1, date, Google, Jelly Bean, Nexus 7, price, release, Tablet