Google May Feature Nexus 8 in Next Google IO

Google will hold its annual conference later this month

Mountain View will hold its annual conference, the Google IO, on the 25th and 26th of this month. There, they expect to present a new version of their operating system Android, 4.5, which rumors circulating on the Internet have dubbed Lollipop. They are also expected to introduce their new tablet, the Nexus 8 .

From Google they have neither confirmed nor denied that these two presentations can be developed, but in the official page of the event you can see a photograph that would make reference to the new tablet that they could bring to the market.

The Nexus 8 would be the new tablet to compete with the iPad Mini Retina

Google May Feature Nexus 8 in Next Google IO
Google May Feature Nexus 8 in Next Google IO

Seeing the growing demand of people who want a tablet with a manageable size and easy to carry, such as the iPad Mini Retina, Google would have thought to launch a mobile device with the same size as Apple’s .

The Nexus 8, which would be the trade name of the new tablet, would also have a high-resolution screen of 8 inches in size . In addition, Mountain View would also have placed considerable emphasis on making the tablet lightweight for easy one-handed operation.

Small in size, big in performance

Although Google’s new tablet will compete with other brands’ small tablets, it has been a big hit in terms of technical performance. It is expected to come with the new version of Android 4.5 Lollipop and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 processor, which already has 64-bit architecture and would also have 4G connectivity.

The mounted camera will have 13 megapixels, which will allow you to record FullHD videos at 1080p. As a curious fact we can say that, according to rumors, the tablet will have two or three slots for SIM cards , so whoever has several data cards will not have to be exchanging them and may have several at once.

As far as we have been able to read in The Fuse Joplin, the Nexus 8 will also have a 3GB RAM memory and could incorporate quite advanced software with which you could capture exact three dimensional images of objects . But, as we say, Google has not revealed anything yet and we will have to wait for their conference to see what they surprise us with and if all these rumours are finally confirmed.

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