New competition is seemingly on its way in tech sector where Google's soon to be released Nexus tablet vs Apple iPad will run head to head; Topeka Capital Markets analyst Brian White reported.
As per its features goes Nexus 7 is pretty much already rocking the market by its impressive - Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, a 1280x800 pixel resolution, Tegra 3 quad-core processor, a 9-hour battery, a micro-USB port, GPS, a gyroscope, and support for NFC and Android Beam. The tablet is marked as, 129 pounds for the 8GB version and 160 for the 16GB model.
The analyst for the version trusts Apple being still the king of tablet market and also believes Apple could release an iPad mini in September rating at 162 to 194 pounds, opening up a new front for the company in the 7-inch tablet market adding to which all the App Store offers more than 650,000 mobile apps and 225,000 alone that are native to the iPad.
Google is closing in with 600,000 apps in total but only a small number optimized for tablets. Apple holds around 400 million accounts through the App Store and 125 milllion registered users for iCloud.
Instead, Brain looks whole scenario setting the scene for Nexus 7 being moer in rivalery to Amazon's Kindle Fire.