Nexus 7 slowly conquers the market by tempting consumers with high functionality and low price. But many believe the 7-inch screen is too small for them, so plans are for a new, much larger tablet model.
According to unofficial reports released by CNET analyst Richard Shim, Google along with Korean Samsung is developing a new, larger version of Nexus, which would have a 10-inch screen and would offer a screen resolution of 2560×1600 pixels, beating the head of the new iPad. A pixel density of 299 ppi.
Shim claims that the reports are reliable because they come from component suppliers and those in those cases are the best informed source.
The specialist also claims that in December, the production of a new tablet for Android should start at $ 99. It is not known if this will be a Nexus 7 variant, or a brand new model.
If the information is confirmed, it would be a great curiosity. As we all know, Nexus 7 is a work of Asus, so you might think that Asus will also be producing a larger model. Meanwhile, Samsung’s involvement suggests that Google is seeking to diversify its interests and does not want to bind to one partner.Tweet
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