Asus Google Nexus 7

Asus Google Nexus 7
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Key Specs
  • Display
    Display 7.00-inch (1280x800)
  • Processor
    Processor Nvidia-Tegra 3
  • Front Camera
    Front Camera 1.2MP
  • RAM
    RAM 1GB
  • OS
    OS Android 4.1
  • Storage
    Storage 8GB
  • Rear Camera
    Rear Camera No
  • Battery Capacity
    Battery Capacity 4325mAh
  • Market StatusReleased
  • Release DateJune 2012

Asus Google Nexus 7 Summary

Asus Google Nexus 7 tablet was launched in June 2012. The tablet comes with a 7.00-inch display with a resolution of 1280x800 pixels at a pixel density of 216 pixels per inch (ppi).

Asus Google Nexus 7 is powered by a 1.2GHz quad-core Nvidia-Tegra 3 processor. It comes with 1GB of RAM.

The Asus Google Nexus 7 runs Android 4.1 and is powered by a 4325mAh non-removable battery.

It sports a 1.2-megapixel camera on the front for selfies.

Asus Google Nexus 7 based on Android 4.1 and packs 8GB of inbuilt storage.

Connectivity options on the Asus Google Nexus 7 include Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n. Sensors on the tablet include accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity sensor, and compass/ magnetometer.

The Asus Google Nexus 7 measures 120.00 x 198.50 x 10.50mm (height x width x thickness) and weighs 340.00 grams. It was launched in Black colour.

As of 22nd October 2019, Asus Google Nexus 7 price in India starts at Rs. 34,887.

Asus Google Nexus 7 Full Specifications

General
Brand Asus
Model Google Nexus 7
Release date June 2012
Dimensions (mm) 120.00 x 198.50 x 10.50
Weight (g) 340.00
Battery capacity (mAh) 4325
Removable battery No
Colours Black
Display
Screen size (inches) 7.00
Touchscreen No
Resolution 1280x800 pixels
Pixels per inch (PPI) 216
Hardware
Processor 1.2GHz quad-core
Processor make Nvidia-Tegra 3
RAM 1GB
Internal storage 8GB
Expandable storage No
Camera
Rear camera No
Front camera 1.2-megapixel
Software
Operating system Android 4.1
Connectivity
Wi-Fi Yes
Wi-Fi standards supported 802.11 b/g/n
GPS No
Bluetooth Yes
Bluetooth version 3.00
NFC No
Infrared No
USB OTG No
Headphones 3.5mm
FM No
Wi-Fi Direct No
Mobile High-Definition Link (MHL) No
Sensors
Compass/ Magnetometer Yes
Proximity sensor Yes
Accelerometer Yes
Ambient light sensor No
Gyroscope Yes
Barometer No
Temperature sensor No
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Asus Google Nexus 7 User Review and Ratings

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  • best for the price
    Vivek Reddy (May 8, 2014) on Gadgets 360
    the best tablet from android ever to be released with its sleek form factor amazing build quality and superb performance it blows out many tablets in the same price segment and it is directly supported from google as a result we get super fast update and always be updated to latest version of google its performance is great battery life is good and connection is grat on wifi routers overall its the best tablet in its price segment
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  • Nice tablet with affordable price
    Abhishek Rana (May 8, 2014) on Gadgets 360
    I have gifted this tablet to my sister. Pros: Easily rooted, unlocked bootloader. Owing to high storage, can be used to do multiboot with other ROMs. Great Developer support, can use Moto G/X F2FS on your tablets to prevent lag even when storage gets full. The Processor overclocks well, and can handle all the applications of today. Multi-Window apps makes good use of the 7" screen, specially after using Immersive mode Xposed module. The resolution is great as well although its not Full HD, Crisp screen and good colors. Gorilla glass is icing on cake. Cons: The GPU might be slow compared to current standards and High-end games might lag. I have played subway surfer and temple run and there was no lag. Front camera is definitely not for snapping pictures. The tablet feels so smooth after some tweaks that it seems too good to be true. Applications like Seeder and GLTools will allow the tablet to remain smooth and enable high end games to run without lag.
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  • a beginers must have tablet
    Rishi Gurung (May 31, 2014) on Gadgets 360
    i was searching for a new tablet for watching movies, fcebooking, browsing, gaming my budget was 15k, to be honest i am a very choosy person i love perfection and performance without spending lots of buck (student u know :P ) i saw this tablet first time in a mall, googled it found in flipkart with the last available price of 10999 (32gb) some highlights for hardware nvidia tegra 3 quadcore cpu 1gb ram ips hd 1280*800 display 4000 mah battery 219 ppi 7inshe screen sad news now this is n ow an outdated hardware :( and u barely find nexus 7 in any stores in malls or online (coz nexus 7 2013 is already a superhit) p.s i love my tablet (nexus 7 2012) i dont use my laptop anymore thankz to nexus :P
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  • Best budget device for gaming and entertainment thirst maniac.
    Venkatesh Mukhopadhyay (May 25, 2014) on Gadgets 360
    This tablet was launched in year 2012.As it is not that modern a gadget but it is still giving a tough competition to all the budget oriented tablets.As the device is from Google it has the latest android platform running in it and that too in very stock version giving you a pure android experience. Look and Display:- it got a HD resolution of 800 x 1280 pixels ,OGS solution as well giving it a very good look. It is a bit heavy to handle but you will not notice it much. It got a 1.2 mp front facing camera which can do HD video calling and also can be use for photo capturing and video recording using third party app. Performance:-As it got a Nvidia Tegra 3 chipset ,a quadcore clocked at 1.2 GHz and an GeForce GPU any HD game runs like piece of cake. but after long gaming it starts to heat a little bit. pors:- Quality look and feel cons:- limited storage Great display colors in display a little bit wasted-out Solid performance no back camera Killer price heats after long gaming. those who has a budget issue but wants a premium tablet with good performance and speed should go for this tablet.
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  • nice 7 inch tab at this price.
    Vivek Bharadwaj (May 24, 2014) on Gadgets 360
    Good :- The actual Nexus 7?s razor-sharp full-HD screen, smooth easy effectiveness, extended battery power life, measly body weight, along with affordable price tag ensure it is the very best product importance in the marketplace.Excellent video and gaming tablet with fantastic performance for WiFi browsing even on 2G networks. Camera is excellent for outdoor photography and video can shoot HD. Very slim and easy to carry around. Great battery backup and fast data transfer speed. Easy to use as an e-reader too. Bad :- The rear can be lost your delicate grippy texture in the authentic, display screen colors shortage reliability, along with there is not any microSD assist. Android os 4. 3 provides number of beneficial user interface advancements. If u need a high performance tab for gaming,watching videos etc. and phone calling don't matter , then this is for you.
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  • Great value for the price...but lags much after some usage
    Venkateshwaran Rajagopal (May 21, 2014) on Gadgets 360
    As I got this mobile earlier I got this for 20K. But you know what, it's worth it. It has all the amazing features like great display, quad core processor,. The only thing that will hurt your head after a while is that it lags. It lags A LOT. Eventhough, you don't do much gaming, it still continues to lag. But still it does a better performance as a budget tablet. Great tablet at great price.
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  • The original Nexus 7, still worth it
    Abhishek Balaji (May 2, 2014) on Gadgets 360
    The original nexus 7 really stirred up the tablet segment. It was the first tablet that people actually wanted to buy as an add-on device to the various laptops and ultrabooks. It is made by Google in partnership with Asus. This means a lot of things; first up, when the software vendors work with the hardware manufacturers, it creates an amazing experience. The Android devices segment is largely diverse, with Google finding it hard to keep up with every device that has android in it. And since Android is open source, any hardware manufacturer can slap android on their devices. While this is a good sign, it also creates a market where you find a lot of devices that are very similar and at the same price point, making it extremely hard to pick a good one. So, Google is trying to go the Apple way here by having control over the hardware and the software; it creates a device, where the Android System can be customized to fit the hardware, instead of slapping a one-size-fits-all software. Also, since Google is directly involved in this, it means that you?ll get all the latest android updates as quickly as they turn up. Coming to the device itself, it was lauded to be one of the best Android tablets ever. It started off at a nifty price bracket of $200-$349. The price significantly dropped to $169 after the launch of the 2013 version. Hardware The Nexus 7 packs in a Nvidia Tegra 3 quad core processor, clocked at 1.3 GHz, coupled with 1 GB of RAM and storage options ranging from 16GB-32GB. It has WiFi, Bluetooth, NFC and an optional HSPA+ radio, which would set you back by a few more dollars. Google released the Nexus 7 in a 8GB and 16GB configuration at launch, but quickly revised it to a 16GB and 32GB variants at no extra costs. It has a front camera, which is good for all your selfies and video calls on Skype or Hangouts. The absence of a rear camera, is no deal breaker; At this price, you should be glad for the configuration that you are getting. What?s completely absent is the option to add additional storage. The device does not feature any kind of expandable memory, which is kinda sad, since it would have made this a great all round device. The lack of expandable storage means, you need to invest in some online content provider and a good Mobile Hotspot or a WiFi connection, certainly not something nice in India, where internet connectivity is still bad. This is the same reason why Amazon?s Kindle Fire HD is still biting dust in warehouses. The Kindle Fire HD is a glorified storefront for Amazon. The Nexus 7 comes with a 4325 mAh battery which practically should be enough for a couple of days with moderate gaming, reading documents, checking social media accounts, watching videos and listening to music. Multimedia lovers might want to sit this device out. Software The device runs the purest form of Android possible. Its milk directly from the cow, which means that there is absolutely no bloatware. Nothing to slow down the device. Imagine
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