Google Nexus 7 Tablet Running Jelly Bean Appears In Benchmark

We’ve been hearing rumors of Google possibly releasing multiple Nexus devices sometime later this year. Perhaps to celebrate five years of Android. There have been rumors about Asus making Nexus tablet. Rumors are rumors, but some may just become reality. We know that Google wants to have as much market share as it can and therefore it’s all in. To support all these rumors,  folks from Android Community have spotted the Google Nexus 7″ tablet in benchmark results posted by Rightware’s Power Board.

The device is supposedly running nVidia Tegra 3 processor (Quad Core 1.3 GHz Cortex A9) and supports 720p resolution. Following the Google’s fashion of codenaming the devices after fish, the rumored Nexus tablet device is codenamed “Grouper” (Courtesy of Android Police).  They also found that the device was running Android 4.1 termed as “JRN51B”. This could very well be the highly anticipated Android 5.0 Jelly Bean. More details should come in at Google’s annual developer conference, Google I/O, when Google may even unveil the device. It should fall in $200-$250 price segment where it’ll compete with Amazons Kindle Fire a likes.

Source: Android Community / Via: Android World (In Dutch)