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June 22, 2012

Google confirms Jelly Bean is Android 4.1, OS might feature on Nexus tablet

Google’s Play Store listed the Galaxy Nexus smartphone as to being the ‘first phone with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean’, and although this information was shortly taken down by the search giant, tech site Droid Life managed to get a screenshot.

There had been suggestions before that Jelly Bean would be Android 5.0, but one thing that now looks certain is that Jelly Bean will tip up on Google’s first-brand tablet, set to debut at the I/O conference next week. Rumors have abound that the tablet will run Android 4.1.

Although little is known about what this new OS will bring, sources claim to have a found a picture on the new OS, which suggests that Jelly [...]

 
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June 18, 2012

Report: Google tablet will be called the Nexus 7, may feature hi-res display

This information was uncovered by the Italian site Android HD Blog after two innocuous photos of a ceiling were uploaded to the photo sharing website, Picasa. The pictures themselves were not interesting, but the image metadata revealed that both had been taken by a device called the Asus Nexus 7.

The pictures were uploaded to Picasa earlier this month, and were 1280 x 960 in resolution, which may well be the resolution of the 7-inch Google tablet. Should that be the case, Google's tablet display would have 228.57 pixels per inch (PPI), which is very reasonable considering most 10-inch 1280 x 800 resolution tablets have a PPI of around 150.

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