If you are wondering how Google’s Nexus 7 Tablet will look like, the Android police have suffocated the suspense. Images of this new gadget have leaked moments before the highly anticipated announcement slated for this afternoon.
The images, supposedly coming from Google display servers, display the sleek design of the tablet. This particular tablet has topped the headlines for its distinctive pricing; retailing at just $199. As we reported earlier, speculations are rife that the Nexus will feature Android 4.1 Jelly Bean software. Other specifications of note are the quad core Nvidia 3 processor and a 7 inch screen.
The Nexus tablet has been deemed by many as an affordable option preferable for consumers operating on a budget. The iPad 3, a competitor, cannot be viewed in the same regard. Consumers are compelled to dig deeper into their pockets for the iPad 3 as it retails at $399- that is $200 above Google’s price. All the same, Apple’s iPad boasts of better specifications therefore meriting its hefty price.
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At the moment, both tech fanatics and level minded analysts are leaning towards the speculation that Amazon’s Kindle fire will be the biggest source of competition. It retails at $199 and exhibits standout features.
High storage capacity variants of the Nexus are available with the 16 GB version going at $249.