A new Nexus 7 leak has revealed that the second-generation tablet will feature a quad-core 1.5GHz CPU, Android 4.3, and a 5MP rear-facing camera. The “product info tag” published by Engadget, also shows that the new Nexus 7 will ship with 1080p video output support and wireless charging capabilities.
The Nexus 7 will retain its 7-inch display, but resolution still remains a mystery. It is also expected to cost around $269 for the 32GB model. It is still unknown if Google plans to release a 16GB version, but it’s unlikely.
A second anonymous source also told the Engadget that the updated Nexus 7 will begin arriving at Staples stores on July 21st. However, they will not be available for purchase until the end of July. Google is expected to announce the new tablet alongside Android 4.3 next week, and could opt to accept pre-orders through Google Play before selling the tablet at the retail chain.