Google Nexus 7 2017 Comes as the Most Highly Anticipated Tablet


This year will be a good one for Android fans. All major tech companies are going to launch new devices but what really got Android fans riled up is the fact that the internet is buzzing about Google’s upcoming Nexus 7 (2017) tablet. What makes the tablet stand out from the rest is the fact that according to rumors and speculations Google will equip it with only high-end hardware pieces and it will include the highly anticipated Andromeda OS.


Regarding the hardware department, Nexus 7 (2017) will be powered by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon processor which will then be paired with an Andreno 530 graphics processing unit and 4GB of RAM. These are quite impressive specs that should be more than enough to provide users with stable performances under heavy usage. While are talking about hardware, the tablet will also feature a heavily optimized large 3,000 mAh battery that will be able to last days on end.

Andromeda OS

Google is renowned as being the Android parent, but the tech giant has something big planned ahead. A new operating system called Andromeda will be installed on the tablet. What makes the operating system so special is the fact that it’s the result of the combination between Android OS and Chromebook OS. Tech experts believe that Andromeda will give users the same execution abilities as PC users have.

Nexus Branding

While the tablet is still being regarded as Nexus 7’s successor, Google is expected to actually rename it to Pixel 7. The reason behind this is that ever since Google launched its Pixel line, the company has been doing everything that’s in its power to persuade customers to acquire Pixel devices.

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  1. Whilst Andromeda, would be nice, it’s ambitious to expect Andromeda, on a new Nexus 7 like device. I hope your right, we could certainly use a web browser, app centric, touch device, in the mid size bracket. At the right price performance, it would sell like hot cakes. I love my Nexus 6 awaiting Nougat 2, I shelled out on the Nexus 9, with Nougat 2. While new hardware would be nice, price is important, I’ve been able to experiment, with my Nexus 6 using Cardboard Camera. Love that QHD screen, 3 GB of RAM, 64 GB of flash, battery holding on Nougat, has been terrific.

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