Mar 15, 2017 11:17 AM EDT
2017 Generation Google Nexus 7 tablet is expected to have better features and is anticipated by millions of patrons this year. Google recently delayed its release of the said tablet. However, this is not something that fans and customers should get worried about because this may be another reason to improve the flagship further. Regarding the rumors that spread across the internet, the tablet is said to operate on the Andromeda operating system, other numerous sources say.
Now, this is not only the rumored operating system that is said to be installed with the latest flagship but also the latest Android 7.0 Nougat. Having another operating system may just confuse numerous customers and patrons who plan to buy Google Nexus 7 tablet.
Android 7.0 Nougat is a target point this time
Hiroshi Lockheimer, Google's head of Android, mentioned that the Android and Chrome merge will not happen. The video below at 26:00 shows Hiroshi talking about the merging possibilities between Chrome and Android. Hiroshi added that the two merging together would not even make sense at all. Google delayed the release, according to Gigjet, and this delay leads to the release of the Google Pixel XL and Pixel instead.
Trial-and-error methods will be done first before conclusions are made as Hiroshi states the "sort of cross-pollinating, but not a merge," ChromeUnboxed reports. 2017 Generation Google Nexus 7 tablet could operate on Android 7.0 Nougat system.
Specs and features
2017 Generation Google Nexus 7 tablet is expected to have the following: to compete with the tablets from famous such as Apple, Microsoft, and others, the tablet is said to have excellent features. The tablet is said to have 7-inches AMOLED display that has 2560x1440 resolution while the system is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon processor.
In addition, the tablet is expected to be around 4 GB RAM with a 64 GB internal storage. However, all of the specs and features are NOT yet proven, which is why customers and people who plan to buy the upcoming flagship from Google should wait for official announcements.
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