Google Nexus 7 With Andromeda OS Likely To Have 2017 Release With 4GB Of RAM And Snapdragon 820 Chipset
It has been a while since the Google nexus 7 tablet is in the news. However, recent rumors suggest that the tablet could take the show in 2017.
As indicated by certain reports, the Nexus 7 would be the first gadget to own the Andromeda OS. It is a cross breed working framework which blends Chrome and Android. This OS would be debuted into two Nexus gadgets - tablet and a laptop.
Android Police says that Pixel 3 tablet will debut in Q3 2017. Another source expresses that Google Nexus 7 tablet is on track for a release in the market.
As Andromeda OS guarantees to interface portable PCs, tablets, and Smartphone's in a better way, henceforth it is a creation which raises high expectations in the tech world. This OS improves the multitasking capabilities as it permits open document framework and a device to have a versatile UI.
Talking about the specifications, the Google Nexus 7 will highlight 4GB of RAM with a Snapdragon 820 chipset which would be all the more enticing for tablet seekers - the combination would possibly put any known lags while running applications and games off hand. In the event that it accompanies an AMOLED display then this tablet could take a long lead on the Galaxy tab S3 which has a 3GB of RAM and runs on the latest Android Nougat OS.
However, there are no official reports on Huawei manufacturing the Google Nexus 7 tablet. The Pixel smartphones which are made by Huawei have as of now entered the top of the line showcase. In the event that Google Nexus 7 enters the Pixel family, then it could, as well, showcase a high price in the market similar to its smartphone kin.
Andromeda is a test for smartphone and tablet creators as they have to manage item classes like Chrome books which may possibly die because Google wishes to make the branded hardware items on its own.