The 7 inch Nexus 7 comes with a FullHD resolution (1920 x 1200 pixels) screen, a better quad-core 1.5 GHz processor, 2 GB RAM, a 5 MP primary cam, and the very latest Android v4.3 Jelly Bean.
The US search engine giant has done a good number of alterations on its new tablet baby. Having a dimension of 114 x 200 x 8.65 mm, the Nexus 7 looks 2 mm thinner. Weighing 290 g (wi-fi), the product weighs 50 g lesser than its predecessor. While the LTE version measures 299 g.
Exactly, the 7.02 inch touchscreen is more glaring now. It is powered by Full HD technology and a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. While, a good 323 ppi adds the fire works, the 1080p HD IPS technology boosts the display quality. A Scratch resistant Corning® glass has been pasted on the screen.
Being powered by a 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro Chip processor the device performs 80% faster than its predecessor. Further 2 GB RAM assists the performance. Google has additionally added Adreno 320, 400 MHz Graphics Processor Unit to help the users to play high end games without any lag and stuck. Though it's offered in 16 GB and 32 GB, there is no memory card slot provided to expand the storage.
The Nexus 7 is coupled with a 5 MP rear facing, auto focus camera, and a 1.2 MP front facing, fixed focus camera. However, there is no LED flash seen.
The gadget is held by a 3950 mAh battery, which is lively to take care of the Nexus 7 up to 9 hours. Impressively, it supports Wireless charging (Qi compatible).
Meantime, Google also utlized the moment to introduce the Android version 4.3. It has the same name, Jelly Bean. It has the same user interface of the v4.2. Still, it comes with some added features such as new set of settings for multi-user accounts, and options to restrict content for different users on a device.
At the same time, the firm also unveiled a tiny dongle, Chromecast, which can be connected to any TV that has an HDMI port and allows the user to stream videos from an iOS or Android operated devices.