Tomorrow, HTC is reportedly ready to announced its latest product release: the Nexus 9 tablet, built in collaboration with Google. Instead of a large press event however, the company will only be announcing this new device in a blog post, perhaps because Google is unwilling to attract too much attention to its as-yet unfinished Android L operating system. Regardless, this has been a long-awaited product release, and lots of rumours abound. Read below our list of 6 things we know about tomorrow’s Nexus 9 release.
1. New Android L
The new Nexus 9 will be the first device to hit the market which will run the latest version of Google’s operating system, known as Android L.
2. $399 Price
The base model of the new tablet will sell for $399 with 32GB of memory, while an LTE enabled version of the device will be $100 more.
3. Brushed Aluminium Frame
In order to cut down on costs, HTC has replaced the all metal construction of earlier Nexus tablets, with a brushed Aluminum finish on the Nexus 9.
4. Beyond-HD Display
Carrying on the trend of ever-increasing tablet resolution, the Nexus 9 will reported feature a greater-than-HD resolution on a 8.9-inch 2048×1440 display
5. Tegra K1 Processor
Powering the the device will be a NVIDIA Logan 64-bit processor (Tegra K1), backed by a large 2GB of RAM.
6. Stereo Speakers
Similar to the HTC One M8, the new Nexus 9 will feature dual surround sound front-facing speakers, able to generated better sound the previous editions.
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