I think widout calling functionality dat 'll not work against samsung tab 2
My Nexus 7 is currently running 4.2.2. I'm pretty sure Google released the update for the 7 a few weeks ago, that needs to be changed.
The Nexus 7 is honestly the only tablet I have ever used. And I do not regret my decision to get the 32GB WiFi version at all. With a screen protector and an OTG keyboard and XBOX 360 controller, along with my kernel (not public yet) and PA, this tablet can beat the crap out of even the Nexus 10 in terms of portability, functionality and durability. Best money can buy, honestly.
evjenya, 20 Mar 2013what to buy nexus 7 or iPad mini plz adviseDepends on what u use for ? ...to me iPad mini with no retina display and without corning gorilla and dual core 1Ghz 512mb RAM I rather choose nexus 7 for gaming and sosial use with no single $ for application and no jailbreak afraid void of warranty.
Satisfied with the nexus 7....cheap price and worthy to grab, Asus+nvidia sure hell awesome graphic effect, less charging more hours using(adorable tablet charging with ASUS logo)...JB 4.2.2 with no lag and multitasking 2GB uncompress + 5 tab of surfing using chrome + 1GB download...28GB full of game install and heavy application and 600mb RAM free...I won't regret with my beloved nexus7!
mugiwara, 20 Mar 2013im waiting for the 2nd generation nexus 7.hope they fix the issue of the glass being very fragile.say what? fragile duh...
Wish it had would work with a USIM. that would make this the perfect "to buy" device.
is it necessary to have a screen protector for the nexus 7?..heard that its surface is supposedly scratch resistance..pls advice..
The best tablet. I like it's IPS display and quad core processor interesting! Value for MONEY
im waiting for the 2nd generation nexus 7.hope they fix the issue of the glass being very fragile.
mexwonder, 10 Mar 2013Nah I don't think will be new nexus 7 variant tablet as current nvidia quad core with Led Ips ... morethere will be 2nd generation nexus 7 and expected announcement will be on may. google it.
There is this cheaper tablet called the Zeki. Sure it lacks the top notch resolution but has a dual core 1.5 processor, 1 GB RAM and 8 GB of internal memory. It even has a microsd card slot that supports up to 32 GB!
Downside is that Google Play is not installed and it won't let you sideload it. There is a way to root it, however...then using root explorer, it can be pushed to the system/app.
I have a ASUS Google Nexus 7 and if it is used very little the battery can last 8 days.