The most successful 7-inch tablet device is getting better with each passing day. Last month, Google announced the availability of Nexus 7 in 16GB version for Rs. 15,999. The deal was only available via Google Play Store. Then shortly, Asus officially announced the Nexus 7 in 32GB versions (both Wi-Fi only and 3G).
Now Google has gone ahead, and started selling 32GB (Wi-Fi only) version of the Nexus 7, through its Play Store. The price of the 32GB Wi-Fi only version of Nexus 7 is exactly the same, as Asus quoted in its official press release. Consumers can look forward to the device for Rs. 18,999. While the 3G version (32GB) of the tablet costs you Rs.21, 999, and can be easily traced in the Indian market.
Asus made history when it got associated with Google for Nexus 7. The tablet was announced back in 2012. And the venue of the announcement was Google I/O 2012. That point of time, everyone was convinced with the philosophy behind the fabled device. But no was sure, whether the Nexus 7 can change the image of Android, in the tablet market. With the successful marketing by Goggle, and on the top of it, the device was priced just right for masses.
At $200 (Rs. 10, 840), it was a sweet deal by all measures. Analysts predicted that the Asus- Google collaboration in reference to Nexus 7 could change the fortunes of Google (Android) in the tablet market. Now Google is selling the Nexus 7 in almost all leading countries of the world. Nexus lineup, which was unknown to Indians until now, is now being flourishing in the Indian market - largely thanks to Nexus 7.
The Asus Nexus 7 is a combination of style and solid internals. The tablet comes with a 7-inch IPS LCD display with resolution of 1280 X 800 pixels ( 216ppi), Nvidia Tegra 3 Quad-Core processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB/32GB of internal storage ( non-expandable memory), a 1.2-mega pixel front facing camera, no rear back shooter, Wi-Fi/3G ready, NFC, Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, and 4,325mAh battery fitted inside.
This year expect double blast with the speculated Nexus 7. Google could announce the next version or an improved variant of the tablet device at Google I/O 2013. The new device is said to have same 7-inch display with Full HD resolution, Qualcomm Snapdragon processor instead of Nvidia Tegra 3, 4G LTE, and long lasting battery life.