Operating system Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean), running the device. Built-in are Google’s proprietary apps: Chrome, Google+, Gmail and YouTube.
The main task of the Nexus 7, according to Google’s announcement is content consumption. Given this fact, the new tablet is adapted to Google Play, which contains “the world’s largest collection of e-books, millions of songs, thousands of movies and TV programs, a growing collection of magazines, as well as over 600000 apps and games.”
The price of the Nexus 7 is different depending on the modification, so a model with eight gigbytes of flash memory will cost $199, and with sixteen — $249. Pre-reception of orders has already begun, the moment of the start of deliveries is called mid-July. However, in the near future, residents of the United States, Canada, Great Britain and Australia will officially purchase the novelty. Google is committed to changing this situation in no time. The starting base of sales is Google Play’s online store, also focused on mid-July 2012. Buyers are promised a gift of $25, which will be possible to spend on goods in Google Play.