Is Asus Nexus 7 Appears To Be The Google’s First Android Jelly Bean Tablet?

We were hearing lots of rumors on Google to produce and launch their first version of its own Android tablet being developed by ASUS. The device would be expected to launch at the Google I/O developer event which takes place between the 27th and 29th of June. But now the rumors are coming true with the Google Nexus 7 made by Asus has taken a step closer to the reality. Details after this jump!

Here are those two pictures taken with a Nexus 7 build by ASUS leaks out and now appeared on Picassa Web Albums. The images woofing a 1280 x 960 were taken on 7th June and 13th June and are attached to Google+ user Somit Bh. According to the Google Plus geo-location data they were taken in Google Building 44, which can be easily faked all of its data, a number of people seemingly affiliated with Google can be found in his Google+ Circles, which appears to be legitimate.

An Asus Nexus 7 tablet has been discovered in EXIF data belonging to two recently uploaded images to Picasa

So, now we may have a name for the device, it is reported to be called the Asus Nexus 7, and will apparently come with Android 4.1, when it debuts later this month.

While the Nexus S was actually revealed in an identical manner just a few years ago, and the “Nexus Tablet” has a long way been rumored over a past few months as the ASUS is in line to make it. It was broken with a news surfaced in April that the Asus built tablet would go on sale this July for between a $149 and $199, and Google’s event around the corner, we can expect the official announcement soon.

Google ASUS Nexus 7? tablet appears in benchmark running Android 4.1

After seeing the above pictures (a Render) of what the device might look, the devices 7-inch display is expected to come with 1280 x 960 pixels resolution, and its discovered with the name of Asus Nexu 7.

Stay tuned to Vss zone for the best specifications, included in Asus’s Google Nexus 7 tablet and launch date and for some pricing details upgrade. [Via The Verge]

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