Google I/O week off right? It appears that the rumored and rumored Google Nexus 7 tablet has leaked in the wee hours of the morning, finally sharing what looks to be solid confirmed specs and a set of press images. According to Gizmodo Australia that is exactly what we have here.
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Nexus Tablet. We've been hearing details and rumors for a few months now but today we might have caught a break. Some photos have appeared on Picasa hinting that the device is indeed real, and snapping photos from inside Google's headquarters.
Nexus Tablet we've all been patiently waiting for. Ever since Google's then CEO Eric Schmidt teased an official Google slate we've all been waiting for one. As rumor has it, the ASUS MeMo 370T 7-inch quad-core tablet from CEO will be the first Nexus tablet and now we have even more rumors.
Google would be expanding their popular Nexus line this year with its first tablet. What we have today is another leak to add to the ever growing pile of rumors, although things are starting to come together. Just like recent reports, this appears to be made by ASUS, branded by Google, and comes in a 7-inch form factor.
we reported on NVIDIA's KAI Platform and that they hoped to bring some $200 Tegra 3 tablets to market soon, but today while listening in on the NVIDIA Analyst Day we learned some good news. NVIDIA isn't just planning cheaper quad-core tablets, they are already in the works and on their way to the market as we speak.
DigiTimes has just brought this rumor back into the limelight stating that the Google Nexus quad-core tablet being manufactured by ASUS will be released in June, with market availability coming in July.
Galaxy S III has finally been unveiled and Verizon models are starting to leak in benchmarks it's time to whip out the rumor mills for the next big thing. What might that be? A mystery phone or tablet, possibly the next Google Nexus device being jointly worked on by Google and Samsung -- again.
big reveal post and continue on - does that look like a tablet that Google would officially endorse as the next step in their flagship series? That very much appears to be what may be happening now!
Mobile-Review, is expected to launch in mid-summer or early fall. LG, of course, already has its own Honeycomb tablet, the LG Optimus Pad/T-Mobile G-Slate. However, according to the rumors, Google is looking to prepare a core Android reference design tablet, which would be first to get OS updates in the same manner as the Nexus line of smartphones, and only LG - out of the known, key Android tablet manufacturers - was willing to agree to the search giant's terms. Apparently the project is already underway, though there's no word on carrier support or whether Google will look to sell the Nexus Tablet direct. Similarly, specifications are currently unknown. [via Xataka]