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The secrets of the new Nexus 7

The new Nexus 7 is one of the most anticipated new models of what we have in 2013, and it is not surprising. Its predecessor of the same name meant a huge change in the market, thanks to a restrained price in exchange for which we obtained a very good quality device, and with a more than decent performance. Therefore, the new Nexus 7 is not worth simply updating: He has to have several aces under his sleeve to make a difference again, and much more now, considering that its price has increased.

But what have we achieved with that price increase? It is obvious that better hardware, but a device like this is like a gift: until it opens it is not known how good it is. Several of the experts in this field on the Internet are already disassembling the device, and getting to the bottom of the matter. Here are some details that we find interesting.


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<p>For example, the processor. And is that <strong>Although the model name, Snapdragon S4 Pro APQ8064, is the same as the chip used by the Nexus 4, they are actually two different models</strong>. For some strange reason, Qualcomm has decided not to use a different name for a different processor, leaving both in the same range. The processor used by the Nexus 7 is the APQ8064 in its latest revision, which instead of Krait 200 cores (like those of the Nexus 4) uses Krait 300, the same cores used in the Snapdragon 600. Accompanying the system, an Adreno 320 graphic Ensures good gaming performance.</p>
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