We do know that there are whispers of a new Google Nexus tablet in the pipeline, where previous reports point towards a June release in addition to having NVIDIA’s Tegra 3 chipset powering it, but so far we have yet to see the device in action – unlike the alleged backplate of the iPhone 5 earlier this morning. Well, all of that is set to change right now, where PhoneArena claims to have received the first images of the alleged Google tablet, where it does seem to point towards a glossy white front (can you say fingerprint magnet here) alongside a two-tone back cover, complete with Asus branding emblazoned across the back of the device.
There are a couple of cameras located as well, in addition to an earpiece which is located at the top of the device, so some might think that this has something similar to the Galaxy Note by Samsung. So far, the best guesstimates on the Google tablet’s hardware specifications include a 7″ display and 1GB RAM. In all probability, do expect to see the latest version of Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich running on it.
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