• Does the New Nexus 7 Stand Out in Comparison with Other Similar Tablets

    Posted on July 29th, 2013 Webber | 31 comments

    Google unveiled the New Nexus 7 on Wednesday and as far as I am concerned, this tablet is about to shake the world’s tablet market and make the tablet users excited. I’m sure about this. Why? When compared the New Nexus 7 with other similar tablets, the New Nexus 7 almost defeated all the competitors in the major specs: the CPU, the RAM, the screen, the storage, the battery and the connectivity.

    Now let’s take an overview of the comparison between the New Nexus 7 and three other similar tablets: the iPad mini, the Kindle Fire HD and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.7.0. By the way, it’s not a war between Android and iOS, the operating system is not taken into comparison. Actually, users are able to transfer files easily between iOS devices and Android devices.

    1. New Nexus 7 Vs. iPad mini

    New Nexus 7 vs iPad mini

    CPU: New Nexus 7 runs with the quad-core Qualcomm Snap Dragon S4 Pro process, while iPad mini runs with the dual-core A5 processor. It is obvious that New Nexus 7 wins.
    RAM: New Nexus 7 owns a 2GB RAM which could be the largest RAM among all the 7-inch tablets. iPad mini, however, has only 512MB of the RAM.
    Screen: New Nexus 7 uses the HD IPS on its 7-inch screen with the resolution of 1920*1200, and the PPI is 323. iPad mini uses the IPS LCD on the 7.9-inch screen with the resolution of 1024*768, and the PPI is 163 pixels. So the winner goes to New Nexus 7.
    Storage: the New Nexus 7 has 16GB and 32GB versions, so does iPad mini.
    Battery: Google says that they have improved the speaker performance of the New Nexus 7, this tablet is capable of lasting 9 hours for playing videos. While iPad mini can last 10 hours for surfing the web and web browsing. New Nexus wins without doubt.
    Connectivity: New Nexus 7 supports AT&T and T-Mobile LTE, WiFi and Bluetooth. iPad mini supports WiFi and Bluetooth. I vote for New Nexus 7.

    2. New Nexus 7 Vs. Kindle Fire HD

    New Nexus 7 vs Kindle Fire HD

    CPU: Kindle Fire HD uses a dual-core processor as it was released last year. So New Nexus 7 wins without doubt.
    RAM: Kindle Fire HD’s 1GB RAM is defeated by New Nexus 7’s 2GB RAM.
    Screen: Kindle Fire has a 7-inch screen with the resolution of 1280*800, and the PPI is 254, and New Nexus 7 has high resolution and PPI, so New Nexus 7 wins.
    Storage: Kindle Fire HD has 16GB internal memory, the 32GB version is in bigger size of 8.9 inches. The New Nexus 7 has both 16GB and 32GB in its 7-inch version, so New Nexus 7 wins.
    Battery: According to Amazon, Kindle Fire is capable of playing videos for 5-6 hours, it good, but not competitive with the New Nexus 7.
    Connectivity: Kindle Fire HD only supports WiFi and Bluetooth. New Nexus 7 wins again.

    3. New Nexus 7 Vs. Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.7.0

    New Nexus 7 vs Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.7.0

    CPU: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.7.0 has a dual-core processor, while New Nexus 7 has a quad-core processor. The winner is New Nexus 7.
    RAM: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.0 has 1GB RAM, it is beaten by New Nexus 7’s 2GB.
    Screen: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.0 has a 7-inch screen with the resolution of 1024*600, the PPI is 170. So the New Nexus 7 wins with no doubt.
    Storage: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.7.0 supports a microSD slot up to 32GB, but New Nexus 7 has 32GB version without microSD expansion.
    Battery: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.7.0 can last about 5 hours of playing videos, while New Nexus 7 can last 9 hours.
    Connectivity: Samsung Galaxy Tab 2.7.0 supports WiFi and Blutooth. New Nexus 7 supports WiFi, Bluetooth and LTE, so New Nexus 7 wins.

    Here are also other 7-inch tablets, like Barnes & Noble’s Nook, Asus Memo Pad HD, HP Slate 7 and so on, but here is no need to compare New Nexus 7with them all. New Nexus 7 wins in almost all categories when compared with similar tablets. But it’s not to say the New Nexus 7 is the best, because all the tablets taken into comparison are not latest version and the companies of these tablets are about to release new products soon. So the New Nexus 7 may shake the tablet market but other tablet makers may not be just watching.

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