A leaked photo of the second generation Nexus 7 product info tag highlights android 4.3 OS, quad-core 1.5GHz processor and dual cameras among other specs. These details regarding the tablet show that it surpasses the former model by a wide margin.
The all-new Nexus 7 that is about to arrive soon will probably feature a faster processor and double cameras. This is what a surreptitiously leaked photograph of product info tag shows posted by Engadget. The tablet is produced by Asus and measures 7 inches in its format. It is accompanied with an Android 4.3 Jelly Bean. This is of course the next big thing in the Android universe.
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The speedy processor has a quad core 1.5 Giga Hertz fueling component at its center. As for the twin cameras: one is a 5 megapixel snapper in the rear and the other one is a 1.2 megapixel clicker towards the front. Among the roster of features are: a wireless charging device and a Slim Port facility. The latter allows you to play a high definition video on a television by conjoining Nexus to its portal.
While the information may not be 100% correct, it comes close enough to get by for consumers. The price is rumored to be about $229.99 for a 16 GB version. As for the 32 GB version the cost gets ratcheted up to approximately $269.99. This beautiful piece of high technology will be met by the even higher expectations of eager consumers. Whether it meets their demands readily or falls short depends entirely upon the effort put into the device by Asus. For now, the waiting game has started.