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The New Nexus 7 may be one of the most significant consumer electronics gadgets to hit the market this year, but that doesn’t mean that it is 100% perfect. According to recent reports, which have surfaced on most of the significant Android portals such as Android Police, XDA Developers and Google’s own forums, the new Nexus 7 has faulty GPS performance.
A multitude of reports are coming in from new Nexus 7 owners reporting that they have massive GPS issues on their new affordable, feature rich tablet. Apparently users are complaining that their Nexus 7 devices have GPS signal for a few minutes before it goes away completely and not coming back on. Google has apparently noticed the issue and it’s under an investigation to see if they can fix the issue, which could spread globally if left untreated considering how quickly the new Nexus 7 is rolling out across the globe.
It seems that the issue is experienced on almost all devices, with most users not picking up the issue as they barely use the GPS features for long enough. For now, it seems that Apple Maps may be your best option, so buy an iPad Mini!
It seems that ever since Google gave ASUS a taste of having a market leading tablet in the form of the ASUS Google Nexus 7, maybe even the New Nexus 7, they seem to have the sentimentality that all their products will succeed, that’s where the PadFone and FonePad series comes in, which hasn’t been doing all that well.
According to a roadmap shown off by ASUS at a recent conference in Taiwan, ASUS has quite a few new products up their sleeves, most of which is aimed directly at the US market. The first seems to be the ASUS PadFone Mini, a smaller version of the company’s strange phone-tablet duo. Second, is the ASUS MeMOFone HD 5, which is clearly set to be a smartphone with a 5-inch HD display, whether it be 1080p or 720p remains a mystery. Lastly, is the ASUS MeMO Pad HD 8, a slightly larger, and improved, version of the MeMO Pad HD 7, and likely the company’s offering to combat the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0.
It remains to be seen just how well the company will fair, but the slides clearly shows that the company wants sales larger that 1 million units, meaning the bar isn’t set very high.
Just two days after Google officially announced the new Google Nexus 7, with a release date of July 31, the next tablet king has started shipping to Best Buy shoppers who have pre-ordered the device and also hit the shelves at the famed retailer, bringing the tablet to the eager masses who have already committed to acquiring the new Nexus tablet.
New Nexus 7? Oh yes, something that has been hiding in the distance for a while now, at least after Google I/O didn’t show off Google’s next iteration of its popular Nexus tablet. The Nexus 7 successor, dubbed the NEW Nexus 7, will supposedly launch next week, quite possibly at Google’s event on Wednesday, but that’s not all!
The ASUS K009 has leaked yet again, this time with an image courtesy of Bluetooth SIG, and may very well be the next generation ASUS made Google Nexus 7 tablet. It looks quite a lot like it’s predecessor and may launch sometime in the second half of the year.
Common sense and recent rumours have suggested that ASUS and Google are preparing a successor to the hugely popular ASUS Google Nexus 7, which by all indications has become the best selling Android powered tablet of all time. The $199 tablet took the world by storm when it brought a great set of features to a low price range.
After quite a while of rumours and leaks, Samsung’s latest tablets have been announced; the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 and 10.1. The two tablets feature mediocre specifications that won’t stand a chance against most of the competitors. Asus also announced the 6-inch FonePad Note that is set to take on the Samsung Galaxy Note III.
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.
A year after Google unveiled the Asus made Nexus 7 to the world, going on to sell millions of the devices, they seem to be preparing a successor that may be unveiled at Google I/O next week.