Several outlets, including Digital Spy and The Verge, have reported that images of the Google Nexus 7 smartphone have been leaked by Evleaks.
Both sources also confirmed that the technology giant might unveil the phone at a press conference on Wednesday in San Francisco, which will feature Android chief Sundar Pichai. In addition, Best Buy has leaked a listing that shows the Nexus 7 hitting shelves on July 30.
The Nexus 7 will be equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon Pro processor, a five-megapixel camera (that shows a rear-facing camera), notification lights and dual speakers. In addition to the new features, the phone will be equipped with the highly anticipated Android 4.3 operating system. While consumers are unable to test out the operating system on the Nexus 7, Samsung Galaxy S4 customers can test it out on their phones while they are on the Google Play edition.
According to gsmarena, the new operating system is supposed to bring changes that include battery improvements and support of wireless charging while the phone is turned off. Carriers will be able to let their customers chose between the 16 GB and 32 GB models that each cost $229 and $269.99 respectfully.
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