Benchmark Outs Nexus 7 Tablet, Showing Android 4.1 Jelly Bean And Quad-Core Tegra 3

Look what just showed up on Rightware’s Power Board benchmark site… it’s the much-rumored and highly-anticipated Google Nexus tablet. It’s showing up as the Google Asus Nexus 7 with a resolution of 768 x 1280 (that’s a portrait orientation, common for 7-inch tablets). It’s also sporting an NVIDIA Tegra 3 quad-core 1.3GHz Cortex-A9 CPU.

Our friends at AndroidPolice uncovered more information in the form of some raw data:

"os":  {
  "android":  {
    "model":  "Nexus  7",
    "hardware":  "grouper",
    "manufacturer":  "asus",
    "device":  "grouper",
    "brand":  "google",
    "display":  "XXXXXX-userdebug  4.1  JRN51B  3XXXXX  dev-keys",
    "version_sdk":  "4.1",
    "board":  "grouper",
    "version_code":  "1"
   }
}

This data tells us the device code name is “grouper”, which is consistent with the fish-naming convention Google has used in the past for Nexus devices (G1 “Trout”, Nexus One “Mahi Mahi”, Xoom “Stingray”, etc.)

The build number is shown as JRN51B and the SDK version is 4.1, meaning this could be Android 4.1 Jelly Bean. Of course, this is just speculation, but it’s a good bet.

Hopefully, we’ll all know for sure next month at Google I/O, where we’re hoping for a Nexus 7 announcement.

source: power board
via: android police

 


About the Author: Ed Caggiani

Originally from the East Coast, Ed now makes his home in San Jose, California. His passion for technology started with his first ColecoVision and Atari gaming systems, and has grown stronger through Tandy computers, IBM clones, Palm Pilots, and PocketPCs. Ed's love for Android began with his first HTC Hero, then blossomed with the original Evo 4G, and now the Evo 3D and Motorola Xoom. He graduated from Syracuse University with a B.S. in Communications, and is now a professional User Experience Designer working in Silicon Valley. In his spare time, Ed enjoys video games, jamming on guitar, and spending time with his wife, two cats, and Logitech Revue.