Search engine giant Google has launched its new Nexus 7 in the UK market. The company claims that the new device is the world’s highest resolution tablet and it will be a direct competition to Apple’s iPad Mini. The tablet has also been launched in the US, Canada, France, Germany and Japan.
In the UK, the new device will cost £199.99 for the 16 GB version and the 32 GB version will be priced at £239.99. The original version of the device was launched in 2012 and since then, the device has been slimmed down and many extra features have been added to it. Some of the new features of the device include wireless charging, 4G connectivity and a screen which offers 323 pixels per inch.
The search engine also claims that the new Nexus 7 will have the world’s highest resolution, which can be compared to that of iPad’s Retina Display, which offers 264 pixels per inch. Both of these models provide resolutions higher than what most users can perceive. The company states that it can offer up to 10 hours of battery life and its 1.5 GHz processor is 80 percent faster than the previous one.
The memory of the device has been doubled to 2 GB and it also has the latest Bluetooth for compatibility with wireless technologies like watches and NFC.
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