Rumors or speculations give a much needed hype and popularity to the upcoming device. There is a lot of buzz about HTC working with Google on an upcoming Nexus tablet – HTC Nexus 9. According to the speculations it might be the last that an 8.9 inches gadget will be launched this year manufactured by HTC, considered to be one of the best tablets of the year.
The device is a replicate of the Nexus 9 based on the leaked information; the tablet looks quite familiar to the LG Nexus 5.
Specifications & Features
As far as the features & specifications are concerned, the 8.9 inch device will come in a 2,048 by 1,440 display with 281 pixels per inch. In this framework this device is lightly higher than a Retina iPad’s 264 pixels-per-inch density. It is rumored to come in a 64-bit Nvidia Logon Tegra K1 processor that will be the nucleus of the tablet. However, it is still unclear whether any modifications will be made to the non-64 bit iteration of the Tegra K1 processor, so we have to wait till the device is officially launched to have an idea about the actual specs. The tablet will come in a 2 GB RAM, along with 16 or 32 GB of internal storage. It will have an 8MP camera with a 3MP snapper on front and optical image stabilization on the back. The device will definitely fascinate the music lovers with front facing stereo speakers as per the rumors.
The nexus 9 specs also depicts that the weight of the tablet is expected to be somewhere between 14.74 to 15.1 ounces, slightly more than Nexus 7’s 10.2 ounce. This device will come in an aluminum body instead of plastic that adds to the weight of the device.
The tablet price of HTC Nexus 9 will vary with respect to the storage capacity. The Nexus 9 price is not official and all information we have is based on speculations and leaked information. The 16 GB device will sell for 399 USD, while the 32 GB device will be priced at 499 USD, with an unrevealed add on feature of LTE connectivity. According to Android police the device with LTE connectivity will cost around 600 USD.
It is rumored to be launched somewhere around the fourth quarter of the year and the Volantis will likely accompany the release of Android L.
It looks like hell of a device with everything you want. Let’s wait for the public response on the launch.