New Google Nexus 7 leak hints to wireless charging, Android 4.3 and July 31 release date



On the day Google Inc announced July 24 ‘Breakfast with Sundar Pinchai‘ event, the next Google Nexus 2 7″ has been spotted in the wild in a hands-on video, which made us all think of the possibility that Pinchai might unveil it along with Android 4.3 Jellybean upgrade.

Now a new alleged document leak hints that the sequel of the Google Nexus 7 tablet could feature dual cameras as shown in that hands-on video a couple of days ago, wireless charging support and Android 4.3 Jellybean  on board. The purported document (see below) also mentions 1.5GHz quad-core processor, 32GB internal storage, 1.2 and 5MP cameras, and slim port which supports 1080p output for playing HD content.


An Engadget source also claims that the next generation Nexus 7 will go on sale at Staples on July 31st, however the stocks will pile up a week earlier, July 24th, which means Google might start selling it via Google Play store on the same day Pinchai’s event takes place.

Earlier leak tipped us off that the 16GB Nexus 2 7″ might be available for $229, and the 32GB mentioned in the above document leak will cost $269.