Nexus 7 2017 Latest News: Google-Based Device Will Sport Bigger Display Ratio, 4GB RAM & Snapdragon 835

8 April 2017, 2:38 am EDT By Keisuke Akio Mobile & Apps

Google is highly anticipated to release the Nexus 7 2017 this year. Several leaks and speculations suggest that the upcoming device has an impressive set of specs and features for the consumers.

Forbes, in one of its reports, speculated that Google has an upcoming tablet concealed under the code name Tiamen. According to the report, in English, the term refers to a big fish with 110 kg weight. This leads analysts to speculate that it could be the Nexus 7 tablet. In addition, the upcoming tablet is expected to sport the latest Android Nougat with interesting hardware components and impressive specs.

According to several claims, the Nexus 7 will have a 4GB of RAM. The device is also anticipated to come out equipped with navigation button and launcher just like Google's flagship device. In addition, it is also speculated that the device will be powered by Snapdragon 835 and an internal storage of 64 GB or more. The Qualcomm's next-generation chip and the device gigantic size fit well together,

Aside from those, the Nexus 7 is also anticipated to have a massive design and will sport a bigger than 7-inch display frame. It is worth noting that Apple has a 9.7-inch iPad and an upcoming 10.5-inch display to be released soon. In addition, the iPad Air 2 and the iPad 2017 is also speculated to sport the same dimension. It is but practical for Google to launch a device within that range of size while flaunting super thin bezels feature and bigger scree-to-body-ratio.

The upcoming Nexus 7 is expected to be manufactured by HTC. It can be recalled that the company had the Google Pixel made also by HTC. Reports claim that Google and the Taiwanese tech company recently signed a deal to make the next generation Pixel phones. It is possible that the same company will also handle the making of the highly anticipated Nexus 7 from Google.

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