High-end, blissfully beautiful and reasonably affordable are just, but a few of the terms that can best describe the HTC Nexus 9, which should be launched before 9th October 2014. According to @upleaks, who has previously provided many correct details about various gadgets, the Nexus tablet is likely to be released together with a New Nexus Smartphone. This should be done around the same time Android L will be launched.
The Nexus 9 tablet, also referred to as Flounder, Volantis or HTC T1, is tipped to be available in several countries, including Japan, India, Taiwan, Malaysia, Korea, Vietnam, Russia, Australia, China, New Zealand and many parts of Europe, among many others.
As far as accessories are concerned, the tablet is said to have a strong and beautiful Magic Cover leather that comes in a various of colors (mainly natural and black), Magic Cover TPU (with colors like coral, mint indigo, amethyst, limestone, and black) and will also include a Keyboard Folio.
Other features previously leaked about the tablet include a 1.6-megapixel front-facing camera and an 8-megapixel main camera. The device will also offer NFC, 4GB RAM, GPS and MDM9x25 modem (the LTE version).
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Numerous leaks and reports from several sources, including Google and Korea’s communications regulator (RRA) site, claim that this Google tablet will have a 2.5GHz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra K1 Denver processor—a tip which is consistent with previous reports about the tablet. Just recently, the NVIDIA Company unveiled the Tegra K1 Denver processor and said it is the “first 64-bit ARM processor for Android”. It is therefore expected that the Nexus 9 tablet will be super-fast and come with superior energy efficiency as well as exceptional performance.
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Even though NVIDIA did not give the specifics about the devices that will get the 64-bit Tegra K1 processor, it said that some of its partners will definitely benefit from this processor as well as the Android L, which is already being developed. With HTC and Google being among the main partners of NVDIA, the Nexus 9 is touted as one of the devices that will have the “PC-class performance for standard apps, extended battery life and the best web browsing experience”, which are features that are synonymous with the 64-bit Tegra K1 chip, according to NVIDIA.
With the endless debates doing rounds on the internet about the features, supposed price and accessories of the HTC Nexus 9 tablet, you would certainly not want to miss the launch of this exceptional device.