According to a FCC certification, a new Nexus 7 slate is arriving, manufactured by Asus and packing a Qualcomm chip.
1 Star2 Stars3 Stars4 Stars5 Stars (Rate This)
Loading...

It has been a while since Google launched Nexus 7, a slate that went on to garner significant popularity in the mini-tablet arena. It’s been a year since the launch of original Nexus 7 and now, a report from FCC suggests that Google is gearing up for a new Nexus 7 model.


Nexus 7

There is, of course, no official word from Google as to whether or not it may launch a new Nexus 7 model any time soon. But hints from FCC’s reports do suggest so. In a recent certification, FCC gave the green signal to an Asus tablet which apparently carries a Nexus branding.

According to the details of the FCC report, this 7-incher from Asus packs a Qualcomm APQ-8064 chip, both front and rear cameras as well as support for Wi-Fi and LTE connectivity.

If this report is to be believed and if indeed this Asus slate turns out to be the next model of Nexus 7, it would mean that Google is ramping up the hardware under the hood by ditching the Nvidia chip for a more powerful Qualcomm processor. It must be noted here that the original Nexus 7, too, is a collaboration between Asus and Google.

Given the more powerful Qualcomm chip, it is also expected that this Nexus slate will feature a higher-resolution display. If you are currently planning on buying a Nexus 7, it would be a poor decision to do so. From the looks of it, the next Nexus 7 is coming soon and given Google’s pricing policy, it wouldn’t be too expensive.

Source: Notebook Italia

Courtesy: Giga Om

Buy Cheapest Related Product From Amazon.com


Acer Would Love To Build Windows Phone 8 Handsets, Just Not Now

Sony Lands Huge Pre-Orders For PlayStation 4
You can also press the left/right arrow key on your keyboard to go to previous/next post
  On June 16, 2013(3 years, 3 months ago.)

You May Also Like:

What Do You Think?

1 Response

  1. Tsais Says:

    Micro SD slot or no sale, Google!

    Posted on June 16th, 2013 at 7:02 PM

Leave a Reply




Loading Facebook Comments ...

FTC Disclosure: Some of the links of this website are "affiliate links." This means if you click on the link and purchase the item, we will receive an affiliate commission.


Recent Search

Recent Tutorials

There is a high-risk XSS Vulnerability in W3 Total Cache, and we have got the guide to the fix for you.
Check out this tutorial to know how to install Apple watchOS 3 beta certificate on your Apple Watch and start enjoying the new version.
If you are trying to jailbreak iPhone, iPad or iPod on iOS 9.2 - 9.3.3 without using a computer or Apple ID, then check this video tutorial.
Pokemon Go users are complaining about the crashing and server issues. Check out the tutorial to solve error problems and thanks us later.
Turning off Wi-Fi Assist is a great way to save mobile data since it automatically starts using cellular data when Wi-Fi signal is poor .
If you want to secure your SIM card from others using it, then check out this tutorial to know how to set up the SIM Pin code on your iPhone.
CiderTV is a great alternative to control Apple TV from the Notification Center. Check out this tutorial to set up CiderTV on your iPhone.
Are you annoyed by the split screen mode on the iPhone 6 Plus or 6s Plus? Check out this quick tutorial to turn off split screen feature.
If you could not wait to installed the iOS 10 beta version on you iPhone and now struggling for the errors, then this tutorial is for you.
Siri might not understand the question you asked. But you can use Siri by editing the text that you asked & it will give an updated answer.
Close You Have To Login
User:
Pass:
Login With »Login With TwitterLogin With Facebook