Yesterday a video of Google’s latest Nexus 7 tablet surfaced online, a couple of pictures popped up as well, but all of this didn’t exactly give a clear idea of what resides under the hood of this tablet. CNET has received a new image today of the sticker posted on the back of new Nexus 7, it reveals an interesting bit of unconfirmed information. The new Nexus 7 2 might have 4GB of RAM, that’s more than any premium Android smartphone or tablet has at the moment.
Under the “Memory” entry on this sticker, DDR3LM 1600 256M* 16 can clearly been seen. In layman terms, this means that the device has 16 models of 256MB DDR3 RAM, which amounts to 4GB. Even though this picture has been received from the source source that leaked the video, it still can’t be said for sure if the upcoming Nexus 7 tablet will indeed have 4GB of RAM. For all we know, this unit could be a prototype, or there just might be a mistake with the sticker itself. Google is expected to announce new Nexus 7 tablet at its July 24th event.
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