Google to introduce $199 full-HD Nexus 7 at Google I/O event

The annual developers conference organized by search giant Google is about to start within 4 days. Everyone is eagerly looking up for future technologies from Google. Reports says that Google to introduce $199 full-HD Nexus 7 at Google I/O event.

full-HD Nexus 7Google Nexus is a line of Smartphones and Tablets provided by Google to offers complete android experience. Now they are about to introduce next generation Nexus 7. The reports from Apple insider says that it will be full-HD tablet with price tag $199.

The next generation Nexus 7 will have 7 inch LTPS full-HD display with resolutions 1980*1200px. Most probably new Nexus 7 will have a thin Bessel just like that of iPad Mini. The thin structure of tablet helps to provide easy handling. The tablet will available for the users at a rate of $199. It is much lower than that of its predecessor.

In such a way Google will lost $10 or $5 in every unit of tablet. Google retains this cost from media purchases and ad revenue. The lag less performance of the tablet is offers by Qualcomm APQ8064 processor. It will runs on android 4.3 jelly bean operating system. It is the latest version of android. It is already confirmed that android 5.0 Key Pie Lime won’t get introduced in Google I/O 2013.

Android 4.3 jelly bean is a new version of android 4.2 version. It promises smoother secured experience with Nexus 7. Nexus series became the first ever devices to get android 4.3 updation. It is inbuilt with Google Now service. It brings right informations at right time. Also it enriches by a number of Google services.

The next generation Nexus 7 will have 5 megapixel auto focus camera with LED flash. Also it will have a HD camera in the front phase to making advanced video calling. It is powered by 4000 mAh Li-Ion battery. It uses wireless charging. The detailed specifications will be reviled at the time of official announcement at Google I/O 2013 event.

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