The launch of the second version of the Nexus tablet(ONDA V973) Google Android 7 was imminent, after passing through the FCC and Bluetooth SIG.
Step bound by these regulators who must approve the radios and communications modules and electronic devices are usually a good sign for the product launch.
The new tablet(PIPO S2) will be the second generation of the Nexus 7 marketed by Google under its own brand. Its manufacturer would remain and would have broad ASUS hardware improvements, Android operating system upgrade and maintenance of a retail price (199 euros / dollars) very attractive.
The main improvement while maintaining the size of the seven-inch screen, would the use of a multi-touch panel with a resolution of 1,920 x 1,200 pixels from the original 1280 x 800 pixels.
Another improvement of the new Nexus 7 would be support for mobile broadband LTE fourth generation, as well as a rear camera with 5 megapixel sensor and a battery of 4,000 mAh.
It would also be updated the main driver of the Nexus Tegra 3 Current 7. Here the news is contradictory although the manufacturer of the new SoC Qualcomm(PIPO M8Pro) would in any case either the APQ-8064 S4 Pro Quad-core 1.5 GHz Snapdragon or the newer 600.
In both cases strong enough to handle this second Nexus 7 that ASUS is planning to send in 2013 eight million units. A level available to very few, able to beat the iPad in some markets and exponent of medium format these cheap tablets with Android as happened in smartphones, are becoming the market.
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