Google Nexus 7 2017 vs. Galaxy Tab S3 – Pick The Best One

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is set to rule the tablet market, but from what it seems, Google is catching up fast with the news about Nexus 7 2017. According to the rumors, the Nexus comeback is going to be a big hit. The Tab S3 was unveiled last month at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 event that took place in Barcelona.

Specs

Just like the recently announced device, Google Nexus 7 2017 will run on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 processor, with 4 GB RAM and 32 GB storage.

Display

Samsung Galaxy Tablet S3 comes with a 9.7 inches AMOLED screen that boasts a 1536×2048 pixels resolution. If the reports on this topic are true, Nexus 7 should come with a 7-inches display and a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels.

Camera & Battery

The Samsung product is expected to come with a 13 MP camera on the back and a 5MP one on the front. It is also endowed with a fingerprint scanner, plus a 6000 mAh battery, which is huge, especially if you take into account the fact that it will offer fast-charging features.

Sadly, there is not enough information about these particular specs for the Google Nexus 7 2017 yet, but everybody expects it to be a worthy rival for Samsung Galaxy Tab S3.

According to the reports, this is the first Google Nexus device that will be running on the Andromeda OS, which is a hybrid creation between the Chromebook OS and the Android one. We don’t know yet when will Google release its new device, but since it is designed as a rival for Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, most likely it will be launched around the same time. However, many people are skeptical about that, since the Tab S3 model can already be preordered and will start to be shipped on the 24th of March.

3 thoughts on “Google Nexus 7 2017 vs. Galaxy Tab S3 – Pick The Best One”

  1. There will be no Nexus 7 2017, the Nexus program was killed off last year and replaced by the pixel. Clickbait though

  2. IF Google does come out with a 2017 Nexus 7, it would be nice if they include a phone in it. My aging 2+ year old Moto Nexus 6 is going to need replacing at some point.

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