Google Marks Down The Nexus 9 Device – Deal Of The Moment
If you’ve wanted to get your hands on a brand new Nexus gizmo, but you couldn’t find anything on sale that you liked, Google rolls out a great deal that might really catch your eye.
Right after the Nexus 6 price tag was marked down at £304 (before being priced at £479), the Nexus 9 tablet is next in line. The 16 GB variant of the latter device costs £200 instead £319. You can look up this deal on Argos and Amazon and if you are interested in the 32 GB variant, you can find it with a £100 discount. However, you won’t find this amazing price on Google store.
Because these devices are on sale, rumor has it that Google is preparing to release some brand new versions of the Nexuses devices mentioned above (The Nexus 6 and the Nexus 9). Also based on innuendoes these new releases will take place in 2015, probably when Android M OS will come out.
The Nexus 9 device is manufactured by HTC, however Google has also signed a partnership with Motorola for its other gizmos.
Here is a quick reminder of the specs that you might love if you’re interested in acquiring the Nexus 9 device: Its display is an IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen and its size 8.9 inches with 1536×2048 resolution and with 281 ppi pixel density. The device is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass 3. It also has 2 cameras, the first being an 8 MP one with autofocus and LED flash and the second camera unit is merely a 1.6 MP one. This device works on Android OS, v5.0 Lollipop but you can also update it to the newest version which is the v5.1.1 one. The batter is a non-detachable, a Li-Po 6700 mAh battery and you get up to 9 and half hours of talk time.( on 3G), plus a whole lot of other features. So if you’re interested, check out the deal of the moment!