The rumoured Nexus tablet, manufactured by Asus for Google, will hit the markets by the end of this month, according to an official of Asus.
“We are able to confirm to you that Asus is indeed partnering with Google for the Nexus tablet,” an Asus representative, who wished to remain anonymous, told ‘Android Authority’ on the sidelines of Computex 2012 event. The website also quoted the Asus official saying that the tablet will be launched in this month itself.
The Google-Asus Nexus tablet is expected to have a 7-inch touchscreen display with a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 mobile processor and 1 GB RAM. This tablet is likely to run Android 4.1 version which Google might also think of making an exclusive version of the Android Ice cream Sandwich for the Nexus tablet.
Although not confirmed but the tablet is expected to feature a 5 megapixel main camera along with a front facing camera for video calling. The tablet is expected to be made available with 3G calling functionality along with support for 4G networks for countries with a 4G network.
The price which remains to be the biggest mystery for this device is expected world over to be on the lower side and within the $300 price bracket. But final word will only be revealed by the end of this month when the tablet is expected to make its international debut.