This is a quite shocking news guys. Google’s first Nexus tablet is recently spotted in a benchmark website page! According to the web page, the tablet is currently running on Android 4.1 with quad-core Tegra 3 CPU from Nvidia. We have no idea if this specs are official or not, but since there’s no words from Asus or Google, you can take this as nothing but a grain of salt.
However, that doesn’t mean the speculation stop just like that. According to Android Police, the Android 4.1 that currently installed on the Google Nexus tablet is the the most anticipated Android Jelly Bean, the next generation of Android OS. There are plenty of people believe that Google will unveil this new OS on the third quarter of this year.
The web page also indicated that the tablet is powered with quad-core Tegra 3 CPU. This is not consistent with the previous rumor. It is said that the Nexus’ tablet production is halted and won’t be released until June. The main reason? Google is said to aim for less than $199 price tag to take on Amazon Kindle Fire. For that purpose, the giant search company was reported to sacrifice the Tegra 3 CPU.
We have no idea when Google will exactly release this Nexus tablet. The company is reported to work closely with Asus now to create it. But, if we believe on Eric Schmidt, Google’s CEO, words, then we can expect the tablet to come out on June. Last year, Schmidt announced that Google will come out with best quality android tablet within six months from December.
Well, that’s all we can tell you right now guys. If you think that we miss something from our explanation, feel free to contact us via comment box below. We are also welcome any kind of suggestion and critics here.