Google’s Nexus 7 tablet revealed, Comes with quad core Tegra 3 processor

Google is expected to announce its first foray into a Nexus branded tablet device. Ahead of the Google I/O event, Modaco  has managed to get its hands on the complete spec sheet and product images from the Play Store servers. The tablet will presumably be the first device to run the next generation Android Jelly Bean OS.

The specs include a 1280×800 IPS display with a Gorilla Glass coating. The tablet is made my Asus and is powered by a quad core Nvidia Tegra 3 CPU and a 12 Core GPU and Google claims 9 hours of battery life. The tablet will be available in both 8 and 16GB varieties. The Nvidia Tegra 3 SoC will be paired with 1GB of RAM. Connectivity options includes GPS, Bluetooth, WiFi b/g/n and NFC as well. A micro USB port is provided to side load content. A bevy of sensors including an accelerometer, magnetometer and gyroscope will be present on the device to allow users to run all kinds of apps. The pricing is believed to be $199 for the 8GB model while the 16GB model should set you back by $250.  We’ll be sure to update this space as soon as we have further details.


[Via – Modaco]

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