The Google Nexus 7 tablet was a huge hit and very soon it’s successor is going to be unveiled. It will be named as Nexus 7 II and it is rumored to come with a 1920 x 1200 display.
The new Nexus 7 II will pack a better-than-Full HD 1920 x1200-pixel screen – a serious boost over the Nexus 7’s 1280 x 800-pixel effort. Along with this, the pixel density of the Nexus 7 II will be 323 pixels per inch compared to the pixel density of 216 pixels per inch of the Nexus 7.
The screen will be supplied by Japan Display and AUO, but the tablet itself will apparently by made by Taiwanese manufacturer Quanta, rather than Asus, which built the previous generation. The two display makers are set to start shipping displays for the Nexus 7 in June-July.
According to the rumors, Nexus 7 would be arriving sometime in July, and would be priced at $229 for the 16 GB version.
Google has often used the Nexus line of devices to unveil their latest Android versions and it is highly believed that the Nexus 7 II would run on the latest Android 4.3 OS.