Kuo reckons Google will keep the price the same, but beef up the specs to include a 1,920x1,200-pixel display (up from the current 1,280x800), a 5-megapixel camera, wireless charging, and.
The screen will stay at 7-inches, meaning it'll still be going toe to toe with the likes of the. But the device will slim down to around 7.5-8.5mm, which would make it only marginally more portly than the iPad mini's 7.2mm. Kuo expects the next iPad mini to launch later this year.
"We are positive on Nexus 7's reception ahead of the iPad mini 2 launch given that the specs have been upgraded but the price has not been increased," Kuo writes. "However, tablet PC competition has become much fiercer this year, so we reckon new Nexus 7 year-on-year shipments growth will be limited."
Google is also Nexus 4 next week. Internet whispers say the search giant will unveil a handset that looks the same as its predecessor, but with 4G for a superfast online connection, 32GB of storage, and Android Key Lime Pie.to be announcing a slightly tweaked
The big G was previously thought to be lifting the curtain on the stranger things have happened.next week, but that would be a bit soon in my opinion, seeing as the Nexus 4 only launched at the end of last year. But hey,
The Nexus 7 was unveiled at last year's Google I/O, so is about due a refresh. What would you like to see from a spruced up tablet? And what do you reckon Android Key Lime Pie will bring to the party? Let me know in the comments, or on Facebook.