The Nexus 7 by Asus and Google is an amazing device, every one that I know who has one loves it. It is even beating out the Nexus 10 even though the 10 has better specs; the size and specs involved with the 7 simply beat other tablets. Plus it’s pure Google, which helps it beat Samsung’s Galaxy Tabs and other smaller tablets. Yet, what would it take for you to buy the upgrade?
It’s no secret that there are rumors on top of rumors about whether or not Google is going to unveil a successor at this year’s I/O. Personally, I wouldn’t put it past them to make a spruced up version of what is their best selling tablet. I got mine of the first day of I/O (well I ordered it) and have loved it ever since. I did get a 32Gb one though when they were released, and sadly it is now on rice due to drowning but I still love it!
Now if Google were to add a better screen (1080p), better processor (Snapdragon Quad-core), and slim the body down, they would be taking me out to dinner. Meaning I would think for a while before jumping the gun. Yet, if Google were to increase the RAM (to atleast 2Gb), my panties would be dropped …instantly. I hope I painted a nice picture in all of your heads
We want to know what would Google need to do, or change from the first Nexus 7, to get you to buy a Nexus 7 2? Sound off below in the comments, and stop fantasizing about me.