Did you think that Google’s first ever Nexus tablet couldn’t possibly be any more awesome? Think again! With a quad-core processor, HD display, Android Jelly Bean and numerous other goodies on-board, many analysts have questioned just how did Asus and Google manage to package it all together at such a low price. Well, believe it or not, the Nexus 7 does have at least one more trick hidden up its sleeve. A curious and brave owner of a shiny new Nexus 7 decided to take a magnet to his new toy, with surprising results. It turns out that if you press the magnet against the bottom left hand side of the device that toggles the screen on and off as you connect and disconnect it. A sure-fire sign that smart covers are on the way.
With Apple adding this exact feature to the iPad 2 over a year ago and swiftly applying for a patent shortly thereafter, it looks likely that all those overpaid lawyers will be kept in a job for just a little longer.
Are you planning on picking up a Nexus 7? Will the addition of a smart cover option influence your decision? Check out the video below and be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments.
Source: Android Police