Google Nexus 7 is first tablet to feature the Android 4.1 Jellybean OS. It is lightweight and has a 7″ display with a resolution of 1280×800.

With it’s 4325mAh battery that can handle 9 hours HD video playback time, 10 hours of web browsing and up to 300 hours of standby time. So one can be more productive than spending and waiting to recharge the built in battery.

The Nexus 7 is built by Taiwan ASUS, famous for it’s PC range of products. At the centre of the Nexus 7 is the NVIDIA Tegra3 quad core processor which provides smooth and responsive apps. The graphics is powered by a 12 core GPU which delivers rich and detail graphics while the 4 Plus 1 CPU design gives it the procesing power.

As it is a powered by Google, Nexus 7 provides all the Google Apps into this tablet. Access Gmail, Chrome, Google+ and Youtube with ease and sync them across your phones, PCs etc.

With the new Google Now, it brings voice recognition to another level. Google Now brings the right information at the right time. For example, it can tell you today’s weather before you start your day, how much traffic on your route to office and it all happens automatically.

The tablet also comes with a 1.2 mega pixel front facing camera and NFC (Andriod Beam).

On the next page, we take a look at the Interface and features.


3 thoughts on “Review of the Google Nexus 7 Android 4.1 JellyBean Tablet”
  1. This is the best Android tablet you can buy at any price. When you factor in the low price, it’s probably the best tablet for the money you’ll find as well. If you can live in the cloud, and Google Play has enough of the content you’re looking for, go buy one. And if you have decided to become a proud owner of this device, perhaps you’re in the market for a solid and beautiful protection case as well.

  2. I am a user of google nexus 7 and I can say that I’m not so happy finding out several problems on its functionality. Sometimes cannot charge if the battery is totally uncharged. Microphone sometimes doesn’t work. After installing 4.2 android many times reboot without reason. These are some of the issues that I think is very important to asus or google to resolve.

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