Criticisms pressure new Google Nexus 7 2 (2013) to do better
Analysts said the ASUS-made Nexus tablet was a success mainly due to its attractive price tags, from $199 to $249, all off-contract — and because it is running the absolute latest version of Android system all the time, thanks to Google’s full support, it is safe to say that Google, and its next tablet PC partner, are pressured to do well, and must posses some “it” features that will lure customers, and convince them to stick to the device thus resulting to ecosystem users proliferation — and more users means more buyers of apps, music and other Google services and clients accessing Google search, Youtube and Gmail.
Fresh rumors say the new Nexus 7 is still manufactured by ASUS, a certain ASUS K009 device appeared on FCC files with a branding confirmed as “Nexus.” As reported by Engadget, the device will use the more popular Qualcomm quad-core Snapdragon Pro CPU clocked at 1.5GHz processor with Adreno graphics, and unlike the current model, the tablet PC will feature a rear-camera allowing users to record videos and view the display simultaneously. The rumored next Nexus will also support LTE or Long Term Evolution in United States and will offer longer battery life with its bigger 4,000 mAh Li-ion battery.
Critics will surely closely monitor, and will thoroughly review the “Nexus 7 2,” and if Google can retaliate and show pundits that cheaper tablets can deliver and can take jab at higher-end tablet computers sitting on higher price points.
This year’s new Nexus 7 tablet is expected to compete with the new iPad Mini, and also the new tablet computers from other Android tablet PC manufacturers like Samsung Electronics and retail giant Amazon.
A new data presented by Canalys claims that tablet computer manufacturers will ship nearly half a billion units this year while traditional desktop and laptop computers losing orders.
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