The folks at Gizmodo Australia have got their hands on what they're saying is training material for the soon-to-be-released (we hope) Nexus tablet. They're saying the tablet will be a 7-incher built by ASUS and be debuted at Google I/O this week just as expected. The specs are also pretty close to everyone's guess:
- 7-inch 1280×800 IPS Display
- Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (not confirmed to be 5.0 just yet)
- 1.3GHz Quad-Core Tegra 3 CPU
- NVIDIA GPU
- 1GB RAM
- 8GB / 16GB Internal Storage
- 1.2MP Front Camera
- 8 Hours Battery Life
- Wi-Fi a/b/g/n
The materials suggest the tablet will go up for sale in Australia sometime in July, so we expect it in the very near future in other places on the globe.
That leaves a few things left to wonder -- will it come in white? And what's the reason to buy it over any of the other Android tablets out there. We're half kidding about the first bit (although it would look very nice in white), but for the second there is one thing we know of to make it worthwhile -- updates direct from Google, with no carrier or OEM bullshit involved. If you want an Android tablet, that's the one to get. If you need a reason to buy an Android tablet in the first place, we're hoping to see one this week at Google I/O.