The Nexus 7 made Google and Asus much more relevant in the tablet market with the device bringing plenty of features to a low price. Everyone has been eagerly awaiting the rumoured successor to the Nexus 7 which is said to pack even more outstanding features, but retain the old $199 pricing.
In a new advert showing off Google Maps, an unknown Android tablet appears bearing a striking resemblance to the Nexus 4 smart phone, with some changes to the look of course. The tablet does appear to be roughly the same size as the previous Nexus 7 tablet and may very well be the purported successor. The new Nexus 7 has been rumoured to pack a Qualcomm made processor as well as a more dense 1080p display, all while retaining its low price of $199.
Could a new Nexus 7 tablet prove even more successful than its predecessor? Well, I certainly think so. A new Nexus tablet will surely give Google a fighting chance against the next generation iPad Mini which has been rumoured to carry a Retina display.