Many a Nexus tablet lovers were left disappointed to see Google unveiling just two Nexus smartphones - Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P- at their annual event last month. While they did launch a tablet dubbed the Chromebook Pixel, it was nowhere close to the Nexus 7 when it comes to portability or affordability.
A new report however suggest that Google hasn't completely forgot its Nexus tablet lineup. In fact Google has reportedly partnered with Huawei to make their next tablet. Huawei has had its fair share of success with their Nexus 6P this year, hence it quite natural to see Huawei grabbing the tablet contract.
The last Nexus tablet aka the Nexus 9 was launched nearly a year back at the fag end of 2014. The HTC made tablet was plagued with several issues and as result the Nexus 9 didn't quite do well in the market.
The report on Huawei bagging the tablet contract further state that the Nexus 7 will be ready as early as early 2016 and will feature a 7 inch display. No further informations regarding the alleged specs are known as of yet. Nevertheless the Nexus 7 2016 might been seen sporting the USB Type C and a Fingerprint Sensor - as was seen in the new Nexus device that was launched this year.