The new Nexus tablet has a rear camera. And it makes us cry. Rear facing cameras have no place on a tablet of any size. Bad Google. No cookie!
Where there’s smoker there must be fire, so they say and there’s a lot of smoke here. The Google Nexus tablet has been long rumored on the inter webs and more recently we’ve seen an alleged training document detailing both the looks and the specs of the upcoming pure-Android slate.
Now Bloomberg has it on good authority that Google will indeed announce its Nexus tablet at this year’s I/O, kicking off today. Furthermore, this time it’s not aiming at the Kindle Fire and Co. but “taking direct aim at Apple’s iPad, according to two people [...]
The next version of Android should be announced at Google IO, it will probably be called Jelly Bean, and it will most likely be version 4.1. What're they going to include in the latest and greastest version of the Android OS?
If you tend to believe the latest rumors and reports than you can take it for granted that Google's alleged Nexus tablet, made in collaboration with Asus, will indeed be unveiled at the upcoming Google I/O.
An Asus-made tablet has popped up in benchmark wearing the codename "Grouper" and the model number "Nexus 7".