New Generation Nexus 7 and Android 4.3 Debuts from Google

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  1. dgstorm

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    The new generation Nexus 7 from Asus and Google just debuted. It upgrades nearly every feature and function available. Here's a breakdown of hardware specs,
    • Is 2mm thinner than previous gen
    • Is also lighter than previous Nexus 7
    • Still uses the popular black on black soft touch rubberized outer casing
    • 7-inch True HD 1920x1200 Display with 323 PPI (Highest Resolution and PPI of any 7-inch tablet) - Can handle native 1080P videos and 30% wider range of colors
    • Dual Stereo Speakers with new immersive Fraunhofer Virtual surround sound
    • Front 1.2MP Camera
    • Rear 5MP Camera
    • Quad-Core Snapdragon S4 Pro 1.5GHz - (1.8x faster CPU & 4x faster GPU than first Nexus 7)
    • 2GB Ram
    • Bluetooth 4.0 LE
    • 4G LTE Version will be available that will be unlocked and useable across all major U.S. carriers
    • More battery efficient by 1 extra hour
    • Android 4.3 Included and pushing out today for the previous gen Nexus 7, Nexus 10 and Nexus 4.
    We will detail Android 4.3 separately in just a bit! Here's a comparison chart from the previous gen Nexus 7 to the new one:

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    July 30th available 16GB WiFi for $229.99, 32GB WiFi for $269.99 and 32GB 4G LTE Model for $349.99!
     
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    All prices are great, but that unlocked 4G model price is stellar!
     
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