Google is reportedly undergoing several speculations about its highly rumored Google Nexus 7. Apparently, there are no official report yet or any insights about its release. However, some rumors surfaced allegedly indicating that Google is preparing some really advanced device in terms of hardware and software specifications. It is said that this will be the company's ace to challenge Apple's much-admired iPad Pro 2.
According to the Pocket-Lint, there is an apparent confusion among tech fans whether the device will be called Google Nexus 7 or it will be named as a new variant of Pixel considering the success of the Pixel brand name. But with a huge amount of debate circulating around as to the name of the next Google smartphones, it is allegedly currently thought that it could be named the Pixel or Pixel XL.
It is moreover reported by LatinPost that Google publicized its first ever smartphone with the brand name Pixel early last year. After the official release, Pixel experienced a tremendous amount of sales apparently due to its extensive ease in handling and advanced features. It was then accordingly speculated by many potential sources that Google will equip its upcoming device with Andromeda OS, and name it as Google Nexus 7.
Accordingly, the company may be going up with Android Nougat, notable among these is probably the Day Dream compatibility and the innovative Virtual Reality mechanism. Rumors indicate that the Google Nexus 7 will be powered by Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 820 processor. The memory specification is hinted to come with 4 GB of RAM, although until now there is apparently no credible source as to the camera specifications.
Reportedly, Google might be naming the device as Google Nexus 7 due to the enormous popularity and the global statement of the Nexus title. Nonetheless, since Google has not disclosed any information about the device's official release date, Nexus 7 is still a rumored subject.