The representative, who wanted to stay unknown, exposed the information to Android Authority during last week's Computex display, but provided no other information about the product except that “it will be amazing.”
While we can't individually validate Android Authority's review, we do know that Google has suggested at its own product since Dec. That's when Eric Schmidt said the organization would “market a product of the biggest quality” within six several weeks. Search engines later exposed attention in competitive with funds pills such as Amazon's Kindle Fire.
According to the specs will use a quad-core NVidia Tegra 3 processor, and come with the Android 4.1 (“Jelly Bean”) operating system.
In Jan, Asus declared the MeMo 370T, a 7-inch Android product with Nvidia's Tegra 3 quad-core brand within, and guaranteed a cost tag of $250. Since then, Asus has gone silent on the destiny of the MeMo 370t, resulting in gossips that it will actually type the base for Google product. Nvidia, meanwhile, has declared a referrals style for sub-$200 quad-core pills, so it's possible that a Nexus product would make use of this style.
Google is hosting its Google IO developers meeting at the end of June -- and it's a likely location for a product statement. The product will likely attract technical lovers because as opposed to the Kindle Fire, a Nexus product would be able to access full Google Play app market, and would run the newest edition of Os without any variations.
As for other Asus tablets, the representative said the Transformer Pad Infinity TF700T is still on track for a late June launch. But U.S. wireless carriers have shown resistance to Asus' Padfone, a phone that docks into a tablet, because it would basically provide free tethering on the larger screen. Only AT&T is open to the idea, but negotiations are going slow, the rep said.