In an event held at San Francisco, Google has finally officially announced the New Nexus 7. The tablet will be the successor to the vastly popular Nexus 7 tablet but it betters it pretty much in all respects. Google also showed off a new device called the Chromecast which would allow you to mirror media content such as youtube videos directly from your phone, tablets or computers to HD Televisions.
The new Nexus 7 will retail for $229 for the base 16 GB Wi-Fi model and will be available starting July 30th. On the other hand the Chromecast is already up for ordering and could well find itself in stores around July 28th for those in the US. The worldwide availability is to begin shortly too.
The new Nexus 7 will also bring with it the latest version of Android, version 4.3 which was unveiled today. Not much has changed in terms of UI in the latest Android iteration but some useful add ons such as OpenGL, smart bluetooth, restricted profiles have been added. The specs of the new Nexus 7 were leaked well before the launch, yet to recap, the device will be running on a Snapdragon S4 SoC with the display being 1920×1200. The RAM on board is 2 GB doubling the 1 GB present on the older version of Nexus 7. the device is manufactured by Asus again and look wise, except for a slightly larger bezel and a rear camera, nothing else has changed.
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