As we are getting closer to Google I/O 2013, we are noticing a tremendous rise in the amounts of Google I/O 2013 rumors and new product /services launch by Google at Google Developer Conference 2013. Google is reportedly rumored to be once again packing Nexus 7 with astonishing specifications, and hardware upgrades that will shock everyone in the market under such cheap price tag of Android tablets.
No wonder there are hundred, and thousands of Android based cheap tablets available around the world. But Nexus 7 is one of the most powerful, and perfect tablet device that makes it way to the market. Nexus 7 becomes a real threat to Apple’s iPad fame, and forced Apple to quickly launch iPad Mini in the market. Nexus 7 update is coming at Google I/O 2013. The second-generation Nexus 7 is believed to be featuring a powerful 5-megapixel rear camera lens, and improved 1920 x 1200 display screen to power up the latest Android builds.
Second-Gen Nexus 7 will be carrying a Qualcomm APQ 8064 processor, and wireless charging features – all under the price tag of $199. Google is once again going to offer an amazing Android tablet device on cheap rates. Many users around the world that holds Nexus 7 in their hands love this mini tablet device, but only camera of the device is something that pushes away from the real time use of the device.
Google will unveil the next-generation Nexus 7 at Google I/O 2013. The original device is manufactured and developed by ASUS. The upcoming generation Nexus 7 is not all about Camera improvement, but it will be carrying other powerful hardware specifications too.
Next-Generation Nexus 7 will be running on Android 4.3 or Android 5.0, the upcoming Android OS is not confirmed yet. Google is rumored to be rolling out Android 4.3 at Google I/O 2013 instead of Android 5.0. Next-Generation Nexus 7 is believed to be reaching the market in June-July time frame, before the Apple’s flagship high-end iPad 5 launch.
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