Google Nexus 7 generation 2 officially launched: Configure "super attractive" priced respectively $ 230 and $ 270

Google Nexus 7 generation 2 officially launched
Google has officially launched the new Nexus 7 tablet running Android 4.3 operating system and hardware configuration in attractive price range. Specifically, the Nexus 7 2nd generation was produced by ASUS, is equipped with quad-core processor Snapdragon S4 Pro running at 1.5 GHz with Adreno 320 graphics core and 2 GB RAM. Machine owns 7 inch screen 1.200x1.920 pixel resolution for a pixel density of 320 ppi, the highest among the 7 inch tablet today.

Nexus 7 generation 2 officially launched: Configuring super attractive price range
Nexus 7 also supports new front and rear cameras with a resolution of respectively 1.2 and 5 MP. Back of the camera can shoot 1080p video, but unfortunately it has no LED flash. In terms of connectivity, Google's new tablet is equipped with Wi-Fi connectivity as a / b / g / n, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC, wireless charging and support both 4G LTE version for the U.S. market . Size is also an important improvement of the recently launched Nexus 7. Machine just 8.65 mm thick and weighs 317.5 g.

Nexus 7 2nd Generation 16GB Wi-Fi and 32 GB Wi-Fi will be priced respectively 230 and 270 USD, while the 32 GB version supports 4G is priced at 350 USD. This tablet will be offered for sale on the official Google Play store and a number of retailers such as Best Buy, GameStop, Walmart, Staples, starting on 30/7 to. The next week, the new Nexus 7 will be added in a few countries such as the UK, Germany, France, Spain, Australia, Japan and South Korea.


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