Google Nexus Tablet Shipped With No 3G/LTE Radio!
Google I/O Conference is just few weeks away and there are many people expect that the giant search company will showcased their first Nexus tablet on that annual event. Google is already appoint Asus as the close partner to develop the first Nexus tablet. No wonder why DigiTimes, a web page that based on the same country with Asus, claim to posses some interesting info about the tablet.
First, they said that the tablet is already shipped now. If everything goes according to plan, Google Nexus tablet should be available for purchase in July. It will be priced at $199.99 or similar to Amazon Kindle Fire. However, the web page also noted that it has not 3G or 4G LTE radio on it, so users will be forced to use WiFi to hook up their Nexus tablet to Internet. DigiTimes also noted that Nexus tablet doesn’t has any rear shutter, but there’s still a front-facing camera attached for web chat purpose. All of these lack of features maybe caused by Google’s attempt to keep the price tag as low as possible.
Google’s next I/O Conference will kick off on June 27th in San Fransisco. This is mean that we’re probably able to see the actual form of Nexus tablet in the next two weeks. Previously, the device already emerged in Picasa album and photographed, but it still in blur.
Well, that’s all we can tell you right now guys. If you think that we miss something from our explanation, feel free to contact us via comment box below. We are also welcome any kind of suggestion and critics here.