Google has scheduled an event for Wednesday, July 24, with the responsible of Android and Chrome OS Sundar Pichai,. Just over 48 hours of the event does not seem to be no doubt about what will be presented: a new version of the Nexus 7 tablet and the first smartphone from Motorola a la Google.
@evleaks publication had access to alleged images of the new Nexus press 7 and the Moto X, and in both cases other accounts already anticipated and leaked images reinforce the veracity of the images.
According to Timelesstablets, the renewed version of the tablet will evolve into a Full HD resolution screen, will win a photo sensor rear five-megapixel camera, will reportedly lose the dotted unique model rear roughness and can have a notification LED on the bottom front.
According to information revealed by Engadget, the processor will be of four cores to 1, 5 GHz-a slight improvement regarding the Nexus 7 original-and will be the engine of two different versions: the 16 GB will cost $229 and the 32 GB will cost $269. The device will support wireless uploads.
In the case of the Moto X specifications are theoretically lower and point to a mid-range phone that can fight above all by the quality-price ratio and by levels of customization that promise to be one of the facades of this equipment.
4.7-inch screen with a resolution of 1184×720 pixels, Snaprdragon S4 processor of two cores to 1, 2.7 GHz, 2 GB RAM, 16 GB of internal storage and rear 10.5 megapixel photo sensor are some of the elements that constitute the Moto X.
support for LTE networks, NFC and software with unique features such as voice recognition always are other characteristics that may be revealed next Wednesday.
But the motto of the event of Sundar Pichai must be the 4.3 version of Android. Keeping the name of Jelly Bean, the Google mobile operating system continues a process of maturation where minor updates are introduced.
the full Google what to many was missing at the Google i/o this year: new version of Android and new own-brand devices.
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