I don't know...if you've got an almost 5" phone (4.5" or 4.7", whatever), then a 7" tablet really does seem kind of in no-man's land.
that said im definitely getting my self one of these and maybe one for my gf as a grad present..a tab could be useful in college
Droid > Droid X > Droid X2 > Galaxy Nexus
i'm lazy i know. But my kids will jack it and its easier for them too. I laugh at all the folks who go out with an iPad and hold it up for videos and picture taking. I kid you not, on a cruise, some guy was walking around using the iPad to take pictures on ship and on the port. Seriously, what a waste of a tablet. You cannot zoom in for pictures and the quality still isn't as good as a dedicated camera
Don't get your tightie whities in a bunch if you don't like my humor or get offended when I skip putting smiley faces all over. IF you cannot handle online comments and get bent out of shape, go home.
For a 7" tablet it's pretty decent resolution. As for the size, I kind of have to agree but Google and Asus probably did this to keep the cost down. I mean this is probably and updated version of the tablet we saw way back at CES.
makes sense. Jellybean is likely designed around the quad-core processors like ICS was for the dual-core. Since it's the first Nexus quad-core device I've heard of, JB will debut on it like ICS on the first Nexus dual-core device
I like the idea of the tablet, but as previously stated, I would only be interested if the price is right
Last edited by 52brandon; 05-31-2012 at 05:45 PM.
How is everyone so sure 4.1 is jellybean? It doesn't make sense for Google to revert back to renaming non-milestone builds.
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