Google to unveil Nexus 7.2 at Press conference on July 24

Google is set to unveil the next generation of its Android-Based Tablet-PC, Nexus 7.2, during a press conference on July 24.

According to the leaked specification, Google Nexus 7.2 comes with Fast processor, high resolution and runs on Android's newest OS, Android 4.3.

The new Nexus 7.2 has a seven-inch touch screen with a resolution of 1920x1200 pixels and 323 ppi (pixels per inch). The previous version had "only" 1280x800 pixels, which corresponds to 216 ppi. The hardware of the new Nexus comes from Asus. Installed are a Snapdragon S4 Pro processor (quad core) at 1.5 GHz from Qualcomm and two gigabytes (GB) of RAM. Alternatively, you can get the Nexus 7 with 16 or 32 GB of data storage. The Nexus 7 is the first device that runs on the Google's new operating system "Android 4.3". However, Nexus 7 does not have an external memory card slot.

Two cameras, LTE, charging by induction

Google’s new tablet PC contains two cameras: a rear five-mega pixel resolution and a front-video cam with 1.2 mega pixels. LTE WLAN and Bluetooth are available for fast data transport. The case of the new Nexus is two millimeters thinner 50 grams lighter and equipped with a thinner edge than its predecessor. Therefore, it is easier to carry with one hand. The sound Google has worked with the Fraunhofer Institute: The result is a virtual surround sound that comes at the request through headphones or the built-in speaker. The new Nexus 7.2 battery lasts up to 10 hours, A 4,000 mAh (mAh) battery which you can  charge it wirelessly.

There is no official confirmation about the selling price in the U.S. However, Best Buy set the selling price for 16 GB version $229.