HTC made Google Nexus 9 to Launch on October 8?

By Anuj

HTC's October 8 event is just days away and the rumor mill is at full speed with another piece of gossip. The upcoming Nexus 9 will reportedly dominate HTC's October 8 event scheduled to happen in New York, according to a new report.

The new leaked info comes straight out of Brazil, where HTC has a production facility. So far the authentic picture of the Nexus 9 has not been spotted online, which makes it hard to believe at the leaked information.

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HTC made Google Nexus 9 to Launch on October 8?


However, not too long the chipset giant NVIDIA had claimed that they would be supplying their latest Tegra K1 processor inside the forthcoming HTC-made Nexus 9.

HTC is hoping for a bit more sales out of the Nexus 9 tablet devices. Sales of the HTC One M8 have been slow, in comparison to the Samsung Galaxy S5 and LG G3. More importantly, tablets sales in general have been poor with the rise of " phablets".

The HTC-made Nexus 9 tablet device is expected to come with a 8.9-inch QHD display; NVIDIA's Tegra K1 processor; 5GB of RAM; 64GB of native storage; 8MP of rear-facing camera; a large battery; Android L.

If we think logically, it does make a lot of sense to launch the HTC-made tablet in October. It is learnt that the Nexus 9 tablet would be a premium device, just like the Samsung Galaxy Tab S and Sony Xperia Z3 Tablet Compact. With NVIDIA onboard, the 8.9-inch Nexus 9 tablet should be seen a handheld gaming console, rather than just a tablet device.

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