Google and Asus managed to break the gadget world by launching Android tablet with a fairly cheap price, Nexus 7, last in 2012.
With a relatively powerful specification and accompanied with reasonable price, 199 dollars, this product has been crowned the best-selling Android tablet to date.
Reflecting this success, the two companies are rumored to be back to work together to launch the second generation Nexus 7.
According to technology website DigiTimes, Nexus 7 new series is about to be announced at the conference Google I / O, 15 - May 17, 2013 to come.
There are no leaks on the specifications that will be used. However, note 7 new Nexus device screen supports a resolution sharper 1920 x 1080 (Full HD). Additionally, these products will come with a thinner bezel.
Nexus device 7 is not going to come with the Android operating system version of Key Lime Pie, but Android Jelly Bean.
The price of this product was predicted to be not much different from the first generation Nexus 7.
For the record, the Nexus 7 first generation with a capacity of 8GB priced at 199 U.S. dollars, 249 U.S. dollars, 16GB, and 32GB with 299 U.S. dollars.
Google and Asus itself has never officially announced the Nexus 7 that the number of units sold to date. However, according to a source, the Nexus 7 shipping rate is rumored to be more than 6 million in January. Meanwhile, until the end of 2013, predicted Nexus 7 (including the one and the second generation) will be sold by more than 10 million units.