Nexus 7 (2017) Will be Unveiled Alongside Android 8.0
Lately, the entire Android community has been sparking rumors about Google’s upcoming Nexus 7 (2017). Many believe that the sole reason to why Google didn’t unveil the tablet yet is because it wants to wait until the public version of Android 8.0 is available. This means that Android fans will stay have to wait for a while until they can finally get their hands on Google’s highly anticipated tablet.
Rumors were pointing out that Google is already developing another operating system and fortunately, Google decided to go public and announced that the developer preview of Android 8.0 is already live. However, the public version will still be under works for the months to come. Google has always made sure that its software updates are near flawless and that they do not present any bugs. Therefore, we can be sure that Android 8.0 will not pop up anytime soon.
Nexus 7 (2017)
The tablet was initially said to ship with Andromeda OS but from the looks of it, this is never going to happen. On the bright side, Android 8.0 is definitely going to be packed with innovative features and performance tweaks which will make the waiting worth it. A couple of weeks ago, tech savvy Android fans managed to find three product codenames on Google’s Android Grid and one of them is believed to be Nexus 7 (2017). The codename we are talking about is “Taimen” and rumor has it that it is Nexus 7 (2017) in disguise.
The reason why everyone is highly anticipated Nexus 7 (2017) is because it’s going to be one of the most powerful tablets ever made. Alongside its hardware performances, the tablet will also provide users with a pure Android experience. Google has yet to unveil the tablet’s specs list but we already have an idea of what to expect.
Nexus 7 (2017) is rumored to ship with Qualcomm’s latest Snapdragon 835 CPU. This processor is what puts Google’s tablet alongside the most powerful tablets ever made. In addition, Qualcomm’s processor will also be coupled with either 6GB or 8GB of RAM.