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UPDATED: Nexus 7 Tablet Images and Video!

Steven Blum
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Android Police has just posted an image of what they're claiming is the Nexus 7 tablet, taken from Google Play's servers and we've found images, description and video of the tablet in action on Google Play and YouTube. Read on for all the breaking updates!

We're really hoping Google has something more up their sleeves and that this is an older rendering of the tablet. Android Police is claiming the source is official, but we have our doubts.

In any case, we're likely to learn quite soon what the Nexus tablet WILL look like as Google I/O's first keynote goes live.

Here are the predicted specs: 1.3Ghz quad-core Tegra 3 processor, GeForce 12-core GPU and 1GB of RAM with two different storage variants: 8GB and 16GB.

UPDATE: We've just received a screenshot of the device in the Google Play store:

UPDATE 2: Just found the Nexus 7 on video:

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  • Simon Simons Jun 27, 2012 Link

    Hi my name is simon, my question is about the latte IceSmart, do u kniw when they r comming out with adobe flash player fix. Thank u, & god bless

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    DaBartonator Jun 28, 2012 Link

    The nexus tablet 7 looks ugly and has alot of unused space around the screen...was thinking bout getting it but now not so much

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    Christopher Silva Jun 28, 2012 Link

    This looks nice, what worries me is the lack of optional storage via SD.... I mean 16GB, I cannot believe they even made and 8 GB device. They should have went 32 and 64GB. Honestly, your average movie is 1-2GB and your newest games are hitting a GB. Magazines are between 200-300 MB.

    This makes the device either a brick or cloud driven.. Sadly, not everyone has fast wifi everywhere..

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