Husain D, 06 Aug 2015want to know does the lte version too suffer from lightbleed problem, if yes is it too much
p... moreYes, it do have light bleed but less and not quite visible and it is common to all model.
Please don't worry and buy it without hesitation.
want to know does the lte version too suffer from lightbleed problem, if yes is it too much
planning to buy soon
rismichell, 03 Aug 2015nexus 9 has some display problemsCan you explain what kind of display problems. All I see is some light leaking but not so serious issue already and not quite affecting your user experience.
I chose Nexus 9 over Tab 8.4 S because of the screen resolution.
Nexus is much better for reading.
Tab S might be better for watching videos
hey nick... i was also confused b/t nexus 9 and tab s 8.4... i went with the tab s 8.4.. bcz of spcs...also that nexus 9 comes with 32gb model at max... it cost around 45k... where 16gb model tab s 8.4... cost around 36k... (in my country)... to expand storage i purchased 128gb ultra micro sd card for 10k.. so it cost me around 46k.... a thousand more... but far more amount of storage than nexus 9
AnonD-413837, 06 Jul 2015I am planning to buy a tablet. I own iPad mini 1 (2 yr. old) and its pathetic now, speed is d... moreI am in the same position as you I also own the iPad mini 1, I am debating on buying the nexus 9 or the samsung tablet s 8.4, and I think I'm going with the nexus 9 because I like the software and the samsung tablet only comes in 16gb..
Anonymous, 05 Jul 2015well I really appreciated this tab. But the thing that really disappointed me about this tab i... morenexus 9 (nvidia tegra k1 64-bit 2-core 2.3ghz) only second to apple A8X (64-bit 3-core 1.5Ghz) in every benchmarks
AnonD-413837, 06 Jul 2015I am planning to buy a tablet. I own iPad mini 1 (2 yr. old) and its pathetic now, speed is d... moreUpdate OS: Nexus devices are first to receive any Android firmware update. Screen: Nexus 9 has HD display at 281 PPI, slightly higher than IPad Air 2. Handling: Nexus 9 can hold with one hand with matte surface designed for comfortable and prevent slip even though the weight is seems heavier. Performance: Nexus 9 has Nvidia Tegra K1 chipset with 64bit which perform and handle all tasks without any delay and lagginess. (Sometimes happen due to app less optimised in Nvidia chipset and Android lollipop yet)
I am planning to buy a tablet. I own iPad mini 1 (2 yr. old) and its pathetic now, speed is damn slow (specially while browsing).
I am not iOS fan nor Android. But need a tablet with good performance.
Should I go for google Nexus 9?
My preferences are:
-Updates OS (do not want 'long wait' for OS)
-Device should have good display (high resolution)
-Easy to hold in one hand (i.e. for reading, i.e. light weight)
-Performance should be the best (no lag or delay if I install some common required application like twitter, skype, linkedIn, gmail... etc)
Damine Gino, 06 Jul 2015one thing i didn't get ,why a dual core CPU ,while it could be low clocked octa core or high c... moreI'm going on a limb here and say most apps don't even fully utilize 1 core similar to most desktop programs the average user runs.
one thing i didn't get ,why a dual core CPU ,while it could be low clocked octa core or high clocked a quad core !
well I really appreciated this tab. But the thing that really disappointed me about this tab is cameras are not impressive. I expected 8 mp primary and 5 mp secondary. The resolution is great so is the tab. To be honest, I am a little worried about the speed. Only 2.3 GHz? I expected 1.7 octa core. If u guys would have manage to make these changes you would have received fair comments from not only me but from other people too
Anonymous, 22 May 2015Never say Never, right now IOS stills better than Android, but I don't think that last forever... moreI agree , now without steve jobs ,apple like lose his identity . But we cannot blame that . Because tim cook is not steve jobs .