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 Android 4.3 and New Google Nexus 7 Rumor Roundup

Android 4.3 and New Google Nexus 7 Rumor Roundup

Google recently send out press invitations for an event scheduled for July 24th. Although no agenda is available yet, we expect to see Android 4.3 as well as a new Google Nexus 7 to be released.

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Android 4.3 Features

The latest Android version won’t bring many new features that are relevant to the average user, but more for developers. Google apparently is focusing on making developing for Android easier which we already have seen during the Google I/O a few months ago. Android 4.3 features include

  • Ability to add pauses or waits in the dialling screen
  • Autocomplete option for the dial pad
  • Constant WiFi location scanning for apps without activated WiFi connection
  • Updated camera app with arch-based menu
  • Notification history app to review old notifications
  • OpenGL 3 support
  • Additional developer options like profiling GPU rendering

New Google Nexus 7 Specs

Based on a leaked video of the new Nexus 7, we can expect a nice update to Google’s 7″ tablet. According to a label at the backside of the tablet, we can expect the following specs:

  • Android 4.3
  • 7″ 1080p Display
  • WiFi and 3G/LTE option
  • 16GB or 32GB storage
  • 1.2 MP Front- and 5 MP back camera
  • Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor
  • 4GB DDR3L RAM
  • Upper & lower speakers
  • 3,950 mAh battery

Android 4.3 and New Google Nexus 7 Rumor Roundup

I personally expect the new Nexus 7 price to start at around $199.00 for the 8GB and $249.00 for the 16G version, with the 16GB 3G/LTE being available for $299.00. We’ll probably know more by next Wednesday!

Are you looking forward to the new Nexus 7 or Android 4.3? Share your wishes and expectations in the comments below!

Images courtesy of Androidcentral. Cover picture courtesy of hermzz via Flickr licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 2.0 Generic License.

Philipp Greitsch

Philipp Greitsch

Philipp Greitsch is a mobile enthusiast with great interest in the latest trends and developments in mobile, technology and things that make our everyday life awesome.
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