Google’s Nexus 7 Tablet Revealed Early (Image)


All signs have been pointing to Google announcing its first tablet device during the Google I/O keynote address, beginning in just a matter of minutes. We’ve seen some images claiming to depict the so-called Nexus 7 tablet as it will arrive, and with that news nearly here, one more pic has shown up, revealing what appears to be an official press shot of the device.

This comes straight from Google’s own servers, revealed through a little URL hacking, so unless this is some old pic left around by mistake, it’s almost certainly genuine. The back cover and side view here match what we’ve seen in previous images claiming to depict the Nexus 7, right down to that four-pin connector on the edge. The front differs slightly from what we’ve seen before, finally clearly showing the bezel edges, and depicting that same Android 4.1 screen we saw in the tiny pic associated with the Galaxy Nexus from last week.

Google’s keynote starts at 12:30, so check back this afternoon for full coverage of everything Google has to share.

Source: Google Play
Via: Droid-life, The Verge

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