Google did not release their Nexus 7 on their latest Google I/O. Given the high-end specification with reasonable pricing, the Nexus 7 was a big hit last year in the Google I/O 2012. Some users complained the problem of such tablet without a main camera for scannign QR codes or simple photo taking. However, people who are longing for a refresh on the series have now got some hope.
Techtastic released a bunch of information regarding the next generation Nexus 7. It shows that the Nexus 7 will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro Quad Core processor. 2Gb RAM, 32 GB ROM, 7 inch 1080P display, 1.3 mega pixel front facing camera, support for 4G LTE, 802.11n WI-FI connection and most importantly, a Qi wireless charging enabled 3950 mAh super battery. The second generation of Nexus 7 will come with built-in Android 4.3.3 system (but it is not Android 5?)
The pricing is astoundingly US$229. With this groundbreaking price, will you drop your minds of getting the Retina-ready iPad mini which might be released at the same time as a major rival?
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