Nov 24, 2016 10:54 AM EST
Google Nexus 7 Tablet could Steal The Limelight in 2017; Here's Why!
Google Nexus 7 and all of its speculations have been circulating through the web for awhile. After investigating all the rumors, these are the possible reasons, why the tablet could steal the show in 2017 gadget trend.
Google Nexus 7 to be the first tablet to rock Andromeda OS
Andromeda OS, a hybrid operating system that merges features in Chrome and Android, is said to debut inside two Nexus devices, a hybrid laptop and a tablet.
The report comes from reputable sources. First, Android Police has said that Pixel 3 laptop debuts in Q3 2017, will run Andromeda OS. And the second, Nexus 7 has been mentioned in the news including Forbes' article that stated a 'Huawei Nexus tablet' is on track for a release.
Andromeda OS will be a huge invention in tech world as it promises to make tablets, laptops and smartphones more connected to each other. Other than the platform marriage, the operating system allows a device to have adaptable UI, accessible file system and other features that will enhance multitasking experience.
Google Nexus 7 rumored specs could be the selling point
You may have heard about the rumored Galaxy Tab S3 with its Nougat OS, Snapdragon 652 Soc and 3 GB of RAM. The configuration seems attractive but the Nexus 7 with 4 GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 820 chipset should be more tempting for tablet seekers. If both AMOLED devices come to fruition, then Nexus tablet's speedy performance will make it far ahead of Galaxy Tab S3.
Google Nexus 7 tablet will be affordable if...
There have been speculations whether or not Google's upcoming device will be built by Huawei. The Pixel phones have successfully entered the higher-end market and if ever Google Nexus 7 tablet will join the Pixel family, tech geeks can expect more expensive pricetag.
However, reputable leakster Evan Blass, did mention about Huawei-built Nexus tablet which indicates that the powerful device will still be affordable.
Google Nexus 7 is expected to be released in Q3 2017.
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