Google took the world by storm last year when it launched its first ever own-brand tablet, the Nexus 7. Offering top-end quad-core performance and Google's then latest Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but costing less than £200, the tablet was an unexpected success, stealing a significant portion of the tablet market from Apple.
But one year on, the Nexus 7's control of the tiny tablet market has been challenged, with key competitor Apple releasing the iPad Mini and Amazon releasing its Kindle Fire HD. Aware of this, Google has come out swinging, unveiling a new super-swish upgraded Nexus 7.
What's more, it is absolutely chock-a-block full of new features and under the bonnet upgrades. So much so, in fact, that knowing what's actually new on the latest Nexus 7 can be difficult. Here to help, as ever, V3 has put together a definitive list of the new Nexus 7's 10 best features.
10. Rear camera
One major shortcoming on the original Nexus 7 was the absence of a rear-facing camera.
While we still maintain taking photos on a tablet makes you look like an absolute plonker, many people complained about not being able to take photos using their Nexus 7. So Google added a 5MP rear camera to the new model.
While the low megapixel count means the new Nexus 7 won't be anywhere as good at snapping photos as most top-end smartphones, the new camera software added to Google's latest Android 4.3 OS means images should still at the very least be usable.
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