After the 2012 launch of the acclaimed Nexus 7 tablet computer, Google and ASUS came via with an enhanced, much more highly effective and refreshed model in 2012 through the Nexus 7 (2013), and this time around around, we’re anticipating the search giant to upgrade its famous line-up when more.

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With the I/O designers seminar almost upon us, the Nexus 8 slate will probably (still unconvinced) be showcased as Google’s main hardware announcement, and now, we have just what shows up to be a legit leakage of the gadget in pictures.

Arriving after the Kindle Fire, which made waves as one of the first to provide a smaller sized and considerably less costly option to the iPad, the initial Nexus 7 has to be taken into consideration iconic. Sure, the develop top quality had not been rather around scratch, however this was largely addressed with in 2013’s refresh, and with the Nexus 8, we’re anticipating much more bang for our profit.

Mandarin blog site MyDrivers [Google Translate] has actually shared just what it claims to be the Nexus 8, and as has been stated dozens of times, it loads a more considerable 8-inch display. It is thought that this new Nexus 8 tablet line will ultimately fill in both the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10, providing something of a middle-ground that will match individuals of both smaller and bigger devices

MyDrivers does have an excellent track record in the past pertaining to legitimate leaks, so we’re somewhat confident that this could well be the finished post, but certainly, we’ll reserve judgment until we see various other snaps or leaks to corroborate this idea.

Prototypes have actually indicated the sort of type aspect seen right here, and although we’re not too shocked with the look, you really feel that Google is pleased good enough with the visual appeals of the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 to stick to what works.

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As far as the tech specifications go, we’re readied to obtain a quad-core Qualcomm processor with 64-bit architecture, a healthy and balanced 3GB of RAM and the as-yet unannounced Android 4.5. With Android 4.4.3 having actually merely been rolled out to Nexus versions and Google Play Version mobile phones, we expect that the changes will be a little bit a lot more obvious with the next major upgrade, although we’ll need to hang around till I/0 for a clear-cut list of new functions.

Google I/O will begin on June 25th, and as ever before, we’ll have every one of the details covered here at Redmond Pie, so stay tuned!

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