Vanilla Android, top notch features, and an affordable price made the Nexus 7 one of the most successful Android tablets of all time. As we look to the future, it would only make sense for Google to embrace this winning combination and implement it in future models. Well, according to DigiTimes, that’s exactly what Google has planned for the Nexus 7 successor.
It’s the old “slap a fresh coat of paint on it” routine and Samsung is hoping to sell a few more Galaxy Tab 2 7.0 devices before the Tab 3 hits the market. At this point in time, I’m not sure painting the Tab 2 7.0 red is going to make any kind of difference, but if it does for you, then here’s what you’ll get:
If there’s any OEM to keep your eye on this year, it’s Sony. Sony has big plans for Android this year and you can already see the splash their making with the likes of the Xperia Z, and now, the Xperia Tablet Z. Just recently announced, the Xperia Tablet Z is a 10.1-inch Android tablet worthy of a top spot among the best.