4 August 2013 – Handy and more sophisticated handheld tablet devices are brought to market day by day to fulfill the hunger of young generation.
Recently apple corporation has revealed Ipad Mini which has taken market like a blazing fire, similarly. Google the web search giant has new and improved Nexus 7.2 version which is heating the market very well. Here is some more details about the device and its specification and prices around.
The very first impressive feature of Nexus 7 2013 is 1920×1200 resolution. The display has got greater density of pixels, counting it to 323 PPI, which is far more than that in old Nexus 7. This has allowed device to show 30% more accurate colors.
In the hidden race, Google has used Quad-Core Snapdragon S4 processor which was a feature of the Nexus 4 model. This is time, it has been clocked at 1.5 GHz along with 4 GB RAM for smoother touch. Plus, it is 2 mm thick which is another great feature for Nexus 7 users.
The device is said to be loaded with WI-Fi (802.11 a/b/g/n), Bluetooth 4.0, HDMI port and 4G LTE support for US users. Having a 5MP camera is a big surprise as it is for the rear end. As per battery life, it is 9 hours of HDS playback and 10 hours of browsing. Astonishing feature is it has got wireless charging with universal compatibility. Now that’s a big rock!
While its price has slightly increased, its pixel count has gone through the roof. The new Android based seven inch tablet from Google has one-upped Apple, which is still trying to get its second generation iPad mini out the door and is hoping for a fall launch. The Nexus 7 2.0, as it’s been unofficially dubbed by some fans, has proven to be an internet sensation in the days before its retail launch this week. While the iPad mini 2.0 may sing a different tune down the road, here are seven reasons the new Nexus 7 outpaces the current iPad mini.
The Nexus 7 climbed from $199 in price to $229, but that’s still a hundred dollars cheaper than the $329 iPad mini. Sure, the Nexus 7 is a noticeably smaller tablet. But for a sub-tablet, that’s the whole idea.
Pixels: the new Nexus 7 offers a higher pixel density than the iPad mini, which means its screen looks more detailed from any given distance.
Interface: the iPad mini is still awaiting its new iOS 7 system software and on-screen interface, which will arrive in the fall. The new Nexus 7 is powered by Android 4.3, which is available now.
Google Play: once upon a time, Apple’s iTunes Store and App Store had no legitimate equivalent on the Android side. But Google has changed that with Google Play, a mobile store which streamlines the music and app buying experience on devices like the Nexus 7.
Best in class: in addition to being a cheaper alternative to the iPad mini, the new Nexus 7 also manages to outpace its own rival seven inch Android tablets like the Kindle Fire and Galaxy Tab 7.7. The second generation iPad mini may change the game entirely in the fall, but for now the Nexus 7 rules the roost.