HTC-Made Google’s Nexus 8 Tablet Passes WiFi Certification?

The Taiwan giant’s HTC device codenamed ‘flounder‘ appeared a couple of times in May, followed by the HTC-built Nexus tablet, rumored ‘Volantis‘ in June. Recently, one HTC tablet running Android L has also been spotted at Wi-Fi Alliance website, which is believed to be the upcoming Google Nexus 8 tablet. Now, according to the certification, the device got a Broadcom BCM4345 WiFi Chip with dual-band WiFi. Also shown 3 different model numbers, such as “0P8210000, 0P8220000, and 0P823000.” Full story left below!

HTC-Nexus-Tablet-WiFi-CertificationAs per the reports, the new HTC-built Nexus tablet would come sporting an 8.9-inch (2048 x 1440 pixels) resolution screen, with a pixel density of 281ppi. Powered by an NVIDEA Tegra K1 64-bit CPU, paired with 2GB of RAM, comes i 16GB and 32GB variants, features a 8-megapixel rear camera with Sony sensor, and a 3MP front-facing sensor.

Other speculated features certified on the HTC-made Nexus tablet are it could flaunt with a Stereo front0facing speakers and aluminum build. Rumors also claims that it will come with a 5GB of RAM, but declined. It measures 7.9mm thick and weigh 418 grams and expected to come in WiFi and LTE variants.

About the launch date or unveil date is speculated for the Q3 of 2014, which is going to end this month, August. Although, Google is expected to announce Motorola made Nexus smartphone codenamed “Shamu” with a quad-HD display and Snapdragon 805 SoC. Stay tuned!

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