The second-generation Google Nexus 7 leaks continue. We’ve already gotten a look at the what appears to be a prototype, as well as some details about the hardware. Now Engadget has a photo of a retail product tab which tells us a bit more about what to expect from Google’s next 7 inch tablet.
According to the leaked photo, the tablet will have a 7 inch screen. a 1.5 GHz quad-core processor, a 1.2MP front-facing camera and 5MP rear camera. It’ll run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, support wireless charging, and let you send 1080p video content to a TV via a “slim port.”
This particular model also has 32GB of storage, although a 16GB model is expected as well.
As a quick refresher, the current Nexus 7 tablet has a 1.2 GHz quad-core processor (NVIDIA Tegra 3), and a 1.2MP front camera, but no rear camera and no video output port.
Google’s Sundar Pichai is holding an event July 24th, where it’s possible he’ll officially unveil the new tablet. But Engadget says a tipster tells them the Nexus 7 will go on sale in Staples retail stores on July 31st.
The new tablet is expected to be built by Asus, the same manufacturing partner that Google chose for the original Nexus 7. Rumor has it the new model will sell for $229 and up.
what does google have against sd cards….their PAID cloud service maybe,,hmmmm
DOA,,way to much and no sd card…..Lamo…
how about but a nexus 7 get a Surface RT tablet free..
No SD card slot, no sale 🙁
i’m hoping they release the lte version at the same time… i don’t want to wait till november for a cellular data model
Snapdragon S4 Pro?
“.. the Nexus 7 will go on sale in Staples retail stores on July 31st.”
From now on, whenever I read: “available in _____ (some month)”, I will read that as: “available on the absolute last day of _______ (some month)” 🙂
nice but, i just got my nexus 7 for christmas
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