The Nexus 7 has been a competitive announcement in the tablet industry, and is a clear cut-edge. With impressive style and a good deal, the tablet is also equipped with some new features, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean being one of them. Read on for a detailed review.
Coming to the hardware and design, the Nexus 7, the tablet has got a glossy, black-bezeled display, the device has a volume rocker, sleep/power button, and an USB port. Mimicking the “Steve McQueen Style” Driving Gloves, the feel in the hand of the tablet is awesome. Apart from that, the 1.15 GHz quad-code Tegra 3 CPU, 1 GB RAM, 8 GB to 16 GB of on-board storage are added icing. The device also supports Bluetooth 4.0, Wi-Fi, and is accompanied by a gyroscope, FC, GPS chip, compass and accelerometer.
With the 1.2 MP front facing camera, and an embedded speaker at the back of the device, there is no end to entertainment. Moving over to display, the device boasts a Corning Glass LCD display which supports 1280 x 800 resolution. The best part which makes Nexus 7 tablet stand out in the crowd in Jelly Bean, the latest version of Android which is coming with Nexus 7.
Among the drawbacks of the Nexus 7, you may think that the app store for Android hasn’t got much apps for the tablet, and thus makes the Nexus 7 tablet less productive than the smart-phones. Nonetheless, the tablet seems to be a good buy if you are looking for a tablet, and seems to be the best option now in the tablet market.
Some of the quick specifications of the Nexus 7 tablet include the following:
- Display: 7 inch 1280 x 800 HD
- Connectivity: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, NFC
- CPU: Tegra 3 quad core
- Dimensions (in inch): 7.8 x 4.7 x 0.41
- Weight: 340 grams
- Operating System: Android 4.1 Jelly Bean
- Front facing camera
- Battery: 300 hours stand-by
The Nexus 7 tablet is available for a price of $199, and seems to a much better option compared to the amazon Kindle, or the other contemporary devices in the market, compared to the price.