The new Nexus 7 is a tablet a bit ephemeral: everyone would like to get my hands on, but sightings are always rather fleeting and especially there are precise indications regarding its presentation (which is supposedly linked to that of Android 4.3, but even that is uncertain at this point, just as vague and indefinite).
According to the taiwanese Economic Daily newspaper though, the coveted tablet should arrive in late July, although at a price slightly saltier than his predecessor basis. In any case, even the specs are substantially higher, so there is nothing to be wondered at.
In this respect, it is back to talk about Snapdragon S4 Pro processor and not the Snapdragon 600, while the display seems well established that will be a 7 “full HD; as for the memory, we have 2 GB of RAM and 16/32 GB internal memory, discarding a priori the hypothesis 8 GB, which did not have a large following even the previous model. The new Nexus 7 will also have a rear camera, from 5 megapixels, while the front will remain to 1.2 megapixels. Alongside the Wi-Fi only version, it is also expected that LTE, supported both by a 3,950 mAh that would be even less ability than the previous model (4,325 mAh).
You obviously still have everything to prove and honestly the more time passes, the greater our skepticism: a new Nexus 7 with Android 4.3 at the end of July, and a Nexus 5 in early October with Key Lime Pie? Something in this roadmap does not back, and the silence from Google/ASUS/LG/etc and the precariousness of many “rumor”, based on few and vague information without concrete evidence, that somewhat contradict each other anyway, contribute to the overall picture still somewhat uncertain.