Tech connoisseurs probably have already read a whole bunch of information that are circling the web regarding the Google’s Nexus 7, which isn’t even confirmed yet. The talks are basically revolving about the possibility that Google will unveil Nexus 7 on October 4th which is going to be called Google Pixel launch event.
Apparently, Google is due to replace the Nexus brand name with Google Pixel and Google Pixel XL. Maybe there is something to this because the new brand names coincide with the name of the launch event. We also found out that there is a possibility that Huawei is going to work on this one too. They said that they do not comment on future products, but also added: “We are proud to have worked with Google, which is strong in innovation, on the Nexus 6P and will continue to collaborate in the future, such as our support for Daydream, the recently-announced platform for high performance mobile VR.”
One more piece of news is that there is a strong possibility that Android Nougat OS, which was unveiled recently, will be powering all the new Google’s devices including the Nexus 7. Nexus will host a 7-inch screen with Quad-HD pressure-sensitive display, very speculative, 4 GB of RAM with Micro SD support system of up to 2 TB. Incredible stats, but they are probably a part of the reason why we don’t take these info so seriously. Don’t get me wrong, not that this is not easily accomplished we just need at least one piece of the puzzle to validated news and to bite on.
I think that it does not hurt to mention that the current Nexus 7 still continues to receive positive feedback and critics, and still is a very decent gadget.