Google I/O is less than a month away and things are getting pretty hot around here. Google will be introducing a lot of stuff related to Android, one of them is expected to be the new Android OS, and another might be the first tablet to run that OS. We know that Google and ASUS are planning to bring this long-rumored tablet out, and word on the street is that around 600,000 Google Nexus tablets will be shipped in June.
Now things are getting more realistic as RightWare Benchmark spilled some beans. They outed the test of a 7-inch tablet listed as Google Asus Nexus 7, and according to Android Police, it’s running on Android 4.1, or what’s is presumably Jelly Bean.
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Google and ASUS, both are aiming to launch an affordable tablet with specs that will make you go “wow”. It’s reported so far that it will come with 7-Inch display with 786×1280 resolution, a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 processor, and Android 4.1/Jelly Bean, though both names for the OS are not finalized yet. As I said affordable, there are chances that this tablet will cost around $250, which will be good enough for Google to take down the Apple iPad, which is actually its biggest rival.
ASUS is right now one of the leading and fastest growing tech brands, and their recent launches are loved by a lot of critics, so I am pretty sure that the tablet ASUS and Google are cooking will be a true rocker. Anyway, if Google launches this tablet with an affordable price tag, would you be the first one to grab it? Tell us in the comment box below.