HTC’s Google-driven Nexus 9 tablet will most likely comes up with Nvidia Tegra K1 processor that has 64-bit support and feature Google’s Android L to make the most of its architectures. According to some leaked reports, the new tablet will be clad with an 8.9 inches screen panel display with a crisp resolution of 2048 x 1440 pixels. It is also anticipated to be peppered with 2 GB RAM, 16 GB and 32 GB data storage options, an 8 Megapixels OIS main camera and an enhanced 3 Megapixels front camera.
This marks the first time that will HTC will roll out a tablet since launching the luckless Flyer and will go again with the Nexus which started with the Nexus One.
HTC has been a hands down favorite of the fans in terms of coming with up speculations on which OEM will make the next Nexus device and Google is finally giving into clamor of the many fans.
HTC is renowned for its signature when it comes to detail and high-quality as the Nexus 9 is expected to be several notches better than the precursor Nexus 7 version. According to leaked reports, the Nexus 9 will come with a starting price of $399 for the entry level 16 GB model while the 32 GB flavor is pegged at $499, and the LTE-enabled version is priced at $600.
While many reports have surfaced out about the Nexus 9 tablet but the information about the upcoming Nexus smartphone lines are not yet revealed, though many speculates that the new Nexus smartphone line will be handled by Motorola and it is still not yet confirmed if the Nexus 6 which also dubbed as Nexus X and Motorola Shamu will be launched at the same time as the tablet.
It is high-time for Google not to disregard the lucrative smartphone market with the fully rejuvenated Nexus. Apple and Samsung already launched their flagship phones in the market and Google should come up with their very own smartphone with the help of Nexus and HTC this year.
Google has been rumored to unveil two new Nexus smartphones with 5.2-inch and 5.9-inch displays, together with the Nexus 9.
HTC is aching to hit the pay dirt after two years of lackadaisical performance in the smartphone segment. The previous maker of Nexus tablet (Nexus 7) which is Asus posted a vastly improved market share and tablet revenue after accepting the Google deal. To date Asus is consistently ranked in the top 5 tablet vendor in the world for the past two years. HTC could yield the same results with the help of Nexus 9.