It's been a long time since we've had a Nexus tablet. 2013's Nexus 7 was a wonderful if underpowered little device, and there hasn't been a bigger version since 2012's Nexus 10. But a newcomer is almost certainly on the way soon—probably this afternoon! And it's a 9-inch tab that could be the best of both worlds.
Android Police just published renders and specs on a rumored 9-inch HTC Nexus tablet. With an 8.9-inch, 2048x1440 display, Tegra K1 processor, and zero-gap aluminum body, Android Police's intel says the device, named Volantis, will launch later this year at $400 for 16GB. Though it might not look exactly like the…
Google just let attendees to today's hardware-filled I/O conference love up on the new Nexus 7 tablet. It's light, it's compact, and holy crap, it's faster than hell. In short, you won't believe this is a $200 tablet.
Google just conjured up its platonic ideal of an Android tablet: killer specs, the most pristine possible software, and a $200 price. Wil this be the Android tablet that finally makes Android tablets exciting? Is Amazon going to lose?
Though it might look like the original iPhone, this could possibly, maybe, actually be the Nexus Tablet that Google has been working on. Phone Arena received these pictures and believe that the images are leaked shots of Google's upcoming tablet made by ASUS.
Since the Nexus One phone, we've seen a spate of other Nexus-named devices, which Google is said to have a direct hand in helping build. These are reference devices that showcase the latest Android software, and usually have high-end specs to match.