May 02, 2016 09:50 AM EDT
Google Nexus 7 Tablet Slated To Debut At I/O Developers Conference 2016 [Rumour]
Looks like a good news for those waiting for the new Nexus iteration as the much-awaited Google Nexus 7 tablet is slated to debut at the upcoming Google event, I/O Developers conference in May.
Following the release of the last Google device, fans and critics have been anticipating a new Nexus iteration amidst speculations about Google Nexus 7 doing rounds for the past few months. If the latest reports are anything to go by, Google will take the wraps off the new Nexus iteration during the Google I/O Developers conference, which will be held this month.
Google has teamed up with different tech giants including Huawei, Samsung, HTC, Motorola and Asus in a bid to manufacture several devices in the past. According to reports on Gotta Be Mobile, the American search engine has already collaborated with HTC to create the new Nexus 7 iteration.
While there is still no confirmation from Google as far as the development and release date of the Google Nexus 7 2016 is concerned, quite a few tech publications online have already reported that the highly-anticipated Nexus iteration will be available this year and it will boast a force touch feature. The Cupertino tech giant, Apple originally developed this type of technology, reports The Christian Times.
According to several tech websites, the Nexus 7 iteration will flaunt an array of awe-inspiring specs and features.
The new Nexus 7 iteration will be reportedly powered by Snapdragon 820 chipset from Qualcomm. Apparently, the device will debut in two variants. While one of the two variants will feature a 7-inch screen, the other one will reportedly feature a 5-inch display. Both variants will carry the same chipset as well as the NVIDIA Tegra X1 processor. Both, the variants will reportedly have 4 GB of RAM and 3000mAh battery. One of the most interesting characteristics of the device is its 2 TB external storage capacity via microSD.
If these rumors turn out to be true, the next Nexus 7 iteration will lead the competition as soon as it is brought out in the market, however It looks like those looking forward to the launch of the device will have to wait until Google confirms these rumorsspeculations.
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