Nexus 9 Tablet Insane Killer Specs and Features Revealed

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By Karla Danica Figuerres | July 7, 2014 1:35 PM EST

This year, Google is expected to unveil another Nexus tablet. Google seems to release an 8.9-in tablet to challenge the iPad Mini, with the tablet called the Nexus 9.

Rumours about the Nexus 9 are not particularly new but the latest leak about Google's newest device appears to be real, and it also appears that will be one of the most remarkable tablets ever seen as of now. Recently, insane Nexus 9 specs and features were revealed.

What is expected from the Google Nexus 9? Last time, the specs and features released revealed that the tablet will feature a 2048 × 1440 8.9-inch screen, Nvidia Logan processor and 2 GB of RAM.

According to a trusted leaker @evleaks, the tablet is getting more and more impressive.  There is a 64-bit Tegra K1 processor and it has been reported that the tablet will have a cutting-edge Snapdragon 810 chip. However, thus far, we still have to wait for more genuine information. Having all of these said killer specs and features, the Nexus 9 will truly blow its rivals on release date.

Although the idea of 5 GB of RAM is really amusing, @evleaks said that this is "non-final," but if ever Google pushes the 5 GB RAM instead of lowering it to a more standard 2 GB or 3 GB, we could see the slickest tablets ever, perfect for multi-tasking on the go.

On the other hand, the screen seems ready for an update, having a sharp 2560 × 1600 panel hinted at. Other featured rumours includes an 8 MP sensor camera and BoomSound speakers, along with an aluminium body, this could be by as of now the best tablet ever created. If these rumours prove to be accurate, it will be a really tough competition with Samsung Galaxy Tab S and Apple iPad Air, when the Nexus 9 comes out.

The Nexus 9 is reported to have its debut launch along with the Android L in autumn. As for the pricing, a 16 GB Nexus 9 will cost $399, a 32 GB model $499, and a 32 GB model with 4G support is expected to cost above $600. This is yet to be confirmed.

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