The war to take control of the tablet market just got more tougher as just days after the iPad Mini and Microsoft Surface tablet was launched, Google announced its own Nexus 7 tablet.
The Nexus 7 got a little more awesome with significant updates. Google rolled out the tablet with significant updates like better storage options at less money. Nexus 7 is available at $199 for 16 GB and $249 for 32 GB version. There’s also a 32 GB 3G version available at $299.
Google has announced the Nexus 7 tablet back in June this year but launched it officially with better specifications. The news was to be announced at a special NYC event but the Hurricane Sandy had different plans. Google instead announced the Nexus 7 tablet with updates along with the Nexus 4 and the Nexus 10 tablets. Also the latest version of Android was announced – Android 4.2 Jelly Bean (not the rumored Lime Pie).
The new updates in the Nexus 7 doesn’t bring any kind of the physical changes to the design. It is the same 7-inch Asus-made tablet like before – but it got a little cheaper.
The 3G model operates on HSPA + GSM networks. Google announced the Android 4.2 which will soon be coming to Nexus 7 but it is still unclear if the Nexus 7 will get all the features of the latest Android version.
The new 32 GB model will be made available by November 13 for $299. So for all the gadget-freaks, the 3G 32 GB Nexus 7 is available for $30 less than the iPad Mini. So make a better choice and choose the best gadget.
Let’s hear from you of what you think about Google’s Nexus 7.