Google Nexus 7 2016 release date, specs news update: Device to be released later this year with Android N OS?

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The Google Nexus 7 2016 has been in the rumor mill for quite some time now. There have been speculations suggesting that the upcoming iteration of the Nexus 7 series will come out at the recent Google I/O Developers Conference 2016. However, fans are disappointed that the American search engine has yet to reveal the said device.

Now fans are starting to wonder if Google will even consider releasing the highly anticipated handset. According to a report by PC Advisor, it is unclear when the company will reveal the Nexus 7 2016. Apparently, nobody can provide a significant answer to that question as of the moment.

Nonetheless, new speculations have emerged that Google may still be waiting for the completion of the development of the Android N operating system. According to some fans, Google plans to debut the much-awaited software on its Google Nexus 7 2016 iteration.

Meanwhile, despite the disappointment, new reports with regard to the device are starting to surface all over the Internet that it will be a budget-friendly handset. According to reports, once the device hits the market, price range will be around $400. If rumors prove to be true, it will be something consumers would want to consider especially that it will run on the latest Android N software.

Yibada reported that the Nexus 7 2016 carries superior specs and features compared to other upcoming releases from major manufacturers. The device is sad to run on Snapdragon 625, along with its 4 GB of RAM for optimal usage. It also has a 7-inch QHD screen that has a 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution. According to the publication, the device will come in three different variants. Variant number one will have 32 GB of Internal storage capacity, followed by another variant, which has 64 GB of storage. The expected high-end model is said to get a 128 GB onboard storage capacity, which is said to be expandable for up to a whopping 2 TB via microSD.