Nexus 9 Going To Get Over iPad Air 2

Without other words the new HTC Nexus 9 is designed as Google’s iPad Air 2, but a report that came out showed that the Nexus maker is looking beyond the goal of slaying the tablet king which is Apple.
The blueprint of the Nexus 9 is setting a benchmark for all Android tablet makers to equal or why not exceed. The objective, according to Engadget, is to accelerate the shift from entry-level to a premium stage of Android slates. It seems that Google thinks that the solution to dethrone Apple is a collective initiative involving all players in the Android system; the vendors collaborating closely with the giant Internet search.

The result of this solution would lead to the production of a more intelligent Android tablets that show off the following as default features:

The Nexus 9 it is a device that has the elements of usability, precision details and uncluttered features. The Nexus 9 seems to be a simple but beautiful Android tablet and Google advise those who create tablets to follow HTC’s lead.

Phone Arena made a test between the iPad Air 2 and the Nexus 9. Firstly it was indicated that the Air 2 dominated the Nexus in the performance showdown but Google’s stock Android challenger is fast catching up.

An interesting feature of Nexus 9 is that Google has abandoned the usual black, white or silver with this new Android tablet and instead opting for various colors which highlight a new look reflecting a new fashion statement.

The Nexus 9 is one of the business models that Google would want to be adopted by the likes of Samsung, LG and Sony. As talking of its accessibility, a price for a basic Nexus 9 would be $400, representing a high-end device accessible to most users.

The OS Lollipop 5.0 on the Nexus 9 is pure Android, although Google is hoping that the OS will depend more on the raw power. The Nexus 9 will go live on Google Play Store starting on November 3.

About Federick Istat

Federick is the technical editor for He is our expert on everything related to computer components, from cooling systems for next-generation video cards up to processor overclocking.

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