Google All Set to Roll Out Update for New Nexus 7 Tablet to Resolve Multitouch Issues – Report

By: Ali Raza  |   August 31st, 2013   |   Android, Google, Mobile Apps, News, Tablets

Google has received several complaints regarding the multi-touch functionality of the latest Nexus 7 tablet, as numerous users around the world were facing this specific  problem quite frequently. Now it seems that their complaint has finally been addressed, as Droid-Life reported that the search engine giant is responding to the complaints of users regarding the multi-touch issue in its product forums. And more importantly Google is all set to roll out an update that will solve all these issues with the new slate. The new update will also land with the Android 4.3 on Nexus 7, which according to a Google employee is going to fix the touch screen problem:


“As a couple of you have mentioned, there’s a new system update that’s started rolling out for your Nexus 7s. This update does address the touchscreen issues discussed in this thread. If you’re one of the people experiencing touchscreen issues, please let us know how it’s going after you’ve received and installed the update.”


It’s not too long ago when Google introduced its latest 7-inch tablet, the Nexus 7 for the consumers across the globe. The initial reviews of the Nexus 7 were also not too bad either, as by introducing this slate Google has made an effort to challenge the monarchy of Apple’s iPad Mini. And to make this challenge interesting this time Google has integrated several new and awe-inspiring features in the new Nexus 7.


For instance the 7-inch Android powered tablet sports a display with 1920×1200 resolution and the highest pixel density of 323ppi by any tablet in the market that took many tech analysts by surprise. In addition, the Nexus 7 boasts a 1.5GHz Snapdragon chipset that works 80 percent faster than its predecessor.


Besides this, Google has also equipped the new slate with a 5-megapixel rear camera and a 1.2-megapixel front facing camera. Google rolled out two different models of Nexus 7, which are categorised on the base of their internal memory storage the entry level slate has a 16GB of storing capacity that costs around $229.99. Then there is a 32GB version of Nexus 7 that has a price tag of $269.99. There is an LTE version of Nexus 7 as well and consumers can get it for a price of $349.


To the extent connectivity of Nexus 7 is concerned, Google has integrated Bluetooth technology in the new slate, through users can pair various accessories or devices with it. Apart from this, there are dual stereo speakers in the Nexus 7 and its strong battery gives users ten hours of browsing and nine of video. More significantly Nexus 7 runs on the latest version of Android Jelly Bean that will give users even better experience than its ancestor.


Source: 9to5Google

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