32GB Nexus 7, Galaxy Nexus 2 Appear In Retailer’s Inventory List

The long awaited heir of the Galaxy Nexus is set to be revealed in the long run. However, there is no term yet on its actual moment. As per a review by Android operating system Group, the web page has got keep of a screen shot, which shows an stock record for a 32GB Nexus 7, and a display guard for the Galaxy Nexus 2.

According to the review, the writer Cory Gunther declares, “Currently we only have a 8 and 16GB choice, but with the Kindle Flame HD and NOOK HD both providing more maybe Google seems the need to phase it up. I certainly would not claim with them. There is lately been gossips of a $99 Nexus 7 product. Maybe Google will fall the 8GB to $99 (or $149), go with the Flame HD at 16GB for $199, and then provide this new 32GB design. This screen shot released from Carphone Factory in the UK, and that is really all we know at this point. Placeholders are put in online stock techniques all enough time so it could really just be nothing, but simultaneously Carphone Factory was right about the dark Galaxy S III too well before New samsung declared it. Exciting flow that is for sure. We’d really like to have both of those gadgets see the mild of day.”

This flow indicates that the 7-inch Nexus 7 product comes with an improved storage space potential, and the record of the display guard of the Galaxy Nexus 2 could mean that the release of the device could possibly be around the area. 
Last season, Google co-manufactured the Galaxy Nexus with New samsung, and this season's design obviously will be done in the same style. Those looking for some significant changes in the 2012 version may be a bit dissatisfied as these expected requirements of this design display that the next Nexus will function only minimal changes, specification-wise.

According to an previously review by SamMobile, “It looks like New samsung will make the next creation of the Google’s ‘Nexus’ range value name: GT-I9260. New samsung made before this mobile cellphone the Google Nexus S and Galaxy Nexus. The next creation of the Nexus looks to be a small update. When we see the requirements we can say… Yes the display, processer and dslr camera is better, but for the HIGH-END industry the processer is not that great. Google will use a 1.5 dual-core processer.”

Last season, Google had released the Galaxy Nexus, which was operated by a 1.2GHz dual-core processer. This season's significant OS update from Google, Android operating system v4.1 (Jelly Bean), performs easily on it. With quad-core processor chips being the discuss of the city on high-end Android operating system gadgets and Samsung’s leading smart mobile cellphone, the Galaxy S III being operated by it, this indicates that Google has made the decision to opt for a two-core remedy for the long run Nexus.

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