Google Nexus 7 Release, Specs & Price: Device Launch Still Worries Customers Despite Potential; Is it Worth The Wait?

By Dannel Picaccio Camille Perez Lozano , Updated Nov 16, 2016 12:57 AM EST
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The Google Nexus 7 device is still being talked about quite consistently, which at this point is still a heap of utter speculations. As much as the device may be close to happening, there are still contradictions as to when it will arrive - even more with what it can do.

Rumors have been rising that the Google Nexus 7 will come with a slew of rather powerful feats, some of which could make it one of the best choices for devices this year. However, the news regarding the supposed hardware makes it quite mysterious albeit the rumors around the said device.

According to recent reports, the Google Nexus 7 could don 54GB worth of storage, 4GB RAM, a 7-inch QUAD-HD pressure-sensitive display and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor. More than that, it is said to support up to 2TB for the MicroSD and have a 13 Megapixel rear camera, with the Adreno 530 among others. Interestingly, the Google Nexus 7 may not even be named as such, as it could simply be labelled as Pixel 7 respectively.

Other previous speculations also say that that the Google Nexus 7 will run on the Andromeda operating system, as well as being classified a Huawei device. While this may be great, the release date is still to be argued over, as there is only so much withhold for the time being. One of the biggest concerns is the tendency for the device to launch before the year ends that as of the moment looks quite bleak. As this may be something to look forward to before the holidays, the device can be known to, at the earliest, release by 2017.

It is said that the Google Nexus 7 could land at approximately £199, which may be pricy to some. Nonetheless, there are those that believe how it could be a fair rate given that it has the guns to back it up. That being said, stay posted for further news and updates here at GamenGuide.

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