Nov 14, 2016 10:25 PM EST

Google Nexus 7 Latest News & Update: Tablet to Be Unveiled In December, Will Run Latest OS Andromeda? Specs, Features Leaked!

The latest news about the Google Nexus 7  is that the device is expected to be unveiled this December. It is still unknown whether it would be named as Nexus 7 or Pixel 7, but rumors are saying that it will run the latest operating system Andromeda.

According to Mobile & Apps, people are expecting Google to reveal their new tablet before the year ends. People are also expecting the tablet to be named Pixel 7 as the company has already killed off its Nexus smartphone series.

If it does take the name Nexus 7, people can expect that the tablet will be affordable and pocketable. But if it uses the name Pixel 7, people can expect that it will be an expensive tablet.

Another latest news about the Google Nexus 7 is that the new tablet will have a 7-inch screen size that will have Corning Gorilla Glass 5, according to Fab Newz. The new tablet will feature the company's latest OS called Andromeda, which rumors say is a game changer for the tablet.

The new OS is basically a rumored mashup between the Chrome OS and Android platforms. It will allow the Nexus 7 to operate at a higher performance.

The latest news on Google Nexus 7's specs includes an AMOLED screen with 4GB of RAM and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 with Adreno 530 GPU. It will also sport a 13-MP rear camera and an 8-MP selfie camera with LED flash.

Google's latest tablet will also feature a 64GB flash storage that has a type C port and a microSD support of up to 2TB. The 7-inch tablet will be powered by a large battery pack of 5100 mAh.

Though it is expected that Google will unveil its Nexus 7 before the year ends, there's still a possibility that it will be delayed to 2017. This is due to the whole ecosystem of the tablet undergoing major updates. 

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