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Google Inc, an American based MNC is likely to instigate a new adaptation of its Nexus 7 tablet. The device is rumored to be released along with Google’s next OS version named as Android 5.0 “Key Lime Pie”; however there is other contradiction news which talks about the delay in Key Lime Pie release to the Android market. The all new Nexus 7 tablet is likely to power-driven by Qualcomm Inc’s Snapdragon processor which in fact replacing the earlier Nvidia’s Tegra 3 processor. The reason behind this strategy of Google is said to be because of high energy saving offered by Qualcomm’s processor.
While a presenter of Google refused to provide statements on its new Nexus 7, news from trusted sources have revealed in the market about this new device. Google’s Nexus 7 tablet is expected to get released during the month of July as per the 2 concealed sources who do not want to reveal their names in broadcast news. Google has not yet publicly announced any of the information about this new product. To those who worry about the factor that they might not get the new product in their hands as soon as after the release, here is a happy news which claims that Google is aiming to launch 6 to 8 million of its new Nexus 7 tablets as part of its first phase release in order to make its availability to most of its followers.
The new tablet from Google will be based on the make of Asustek, Taiwanese MNC which is well known for its computer hardware and electronics products. Nexus 7 will compete with the sales of Amazon’s Kindle fire, Samsung’s 7 inch tablet editions and Apple’s iPad mini. The internet search engine giant, who earns most of its income from internet advertising, desires the belligerently priced new tablets to be a hard core strike as more of its device consumers would signify additional publicity for Google’s marketing or advertising. Arthur Laio, a veteran Fubon securities analyst calls this strategy of Google as “Zero margin strategy”.
Cost of this device is yet to be confirmed, few of the sources believe that Google is ready to offer the device at a reasonable price than its earlier Nexus version. So it’s all together a blissful gossip for the Google Nexus fans.