Alleged specifications of the next-generation Nexus 7 leak online, to be unveiled at the Google I/O

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Rumors on the Internet have long claimed that along with the Nexus 5, Google is most likely also going to unveil the next-generation Nexus 7 at its upcoming Google I/O. Though details of the upcoming device have been sketchy at best, the folks at AppleInsider have now got their hands on a set of research notes that for the first time reveal a detailed list of specifications for the new Nexus 7.

These research notes belonging to market analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claim that the upcoming Nexus 7 will look quite similar to the current device but will flaunt a very narrow bezel and a 7-inch LTPS (1920×1200 pixels) display. The tablet will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 Pro, which stays consistent to previous reports which said that Google would be ditching the Tegra processor for a Snapdragon in the next-generation Nexus 7.

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The tablet also seems to feature a 5-megapixel rear camera, an HD camera at the front, support for NFC and will come bundled with a 4,000mAH battery with support for Texas Instruments’ Qi wireless charging. On the software front, the device will run on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean instead of Key Lime Pie, as the latter is highly likely to miss the I/O date.The report further notes that Google will maintain the current price range of below $199 and with an unveiling at the I/O, it plans to steal the thunder from Apple’s next-generation iPad mini which is reportedly running late and will miss its expected launch date.

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