Continue the leaks about the new tablet from Google, and this time we have even a timid display name: Nexus 7″, although it could just be a unofficial term.
The specifications confirm much of what we’ve seen so far, starting with the obvious 7 inch display (which, however, should be full HD, although there is written), then moved to the 1.5 GHz quad-core processor, which makes us think more at Snapdragon S4 Pro (the same as the Nexus 4), rather than the Snapdragon 600 (which usually operates at higher frequencies) and for the 5 megapixel camera and 1.2 megapixel that we had looked at a few days ago. Here we speak also of the 32 GBmodel, but should there be even one from 16.
No mention of RAM (but those 4 GB still perfuming of prototype), whereas we have two new entries, borrowed these from the Nexus 4: the Inductive charging and the optional SlimPort to connect the tablet to TV with 1080 p output (32 € on Amazon.it).
To top it all, there is the welcome presence of Android 4.3, which further confirms the arrival of a new version of the robot in conjunction with the new Nexus; When? Obviously the 24 July, now seems really obvious, especially as new sources report that the tablet will go on sale by Staples from 31 July next (Nothing prohibits Google from prefixed to it through Play Store), probably to prices already seen ($ 269 for 32 GB and $229 for 16 GB)