On the morning of 25th July, 2013, Google release Nexus 7, Android 4.3 and Chromecast. Shre several tips for you.
Three versions for you
16GB WiFi: $229
32GB WiFi: $269
32GB 4G LTE: $349
Compared with previous version
Support 4G network
Brand-new background Logo design
First device with latest Android 4.3
Two cameras on front and back with 1.2 million / 1.2 million pixels
With a 3950mAh battery
Battery endurance for 10 hours
Built in a blue-teeth 4.0
Weakness on New Version
Lack of high quality apps
Multiple Settings including restricted profiles, similar with Microsoft’s Kids’s Corner on Windows Phone.
Bluetooth Smart. Namely it is Bluetooth Low Energy. In addition, Android 4.3 will support for OpenGL ES 3.0. Bring new vision experience for games.
A TV stick product. The size is as the size of flash disk. Users can connect TV set via newly-added HDMI interface to Smart phones, tablets and notebooks for enjoying network media content like YouTube or Hulu overt home WiFi.
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PS: If you have gotten a large number of music and videos files from the iTunes store, and you want to enjoy them on your Nexus 7 tablet, the problem will occur. You can’t play iTunes contents on your Google Nexus 7 directly. Here we provide you a easiest way to help you to transfer DRM-free iTunes files and DRM protected files from iTunes to Nexus 7. You can follow this step-by-step guide.
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