A recent report suggests the search giant may release a 7-inch tablet later on this year, a device that would compete (size and price-wise) in the same class as Amazon’s Kindle Fire. Analysts at Display Search claim that Google’s potential tablet will feature a 7-inch display, 1280 x 800 resolution and should enter production in April, with 1.5 million planned for initial production. It is also expected that the tablet will run on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and will be priced around $199.

Now, analysts have been proven wrong before but, given the fact that Mountain View already has a Nexus smartphone line-up, it would be normal to follow-up with “pure Android” tablets. Would you pick one up?

Source: CNet, DigiTimes

Via: UberGizmo

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