The new Nexus 7 will surely sell like hot cakes come the (official) July 30 launch date, as it brings some great upgrades including a 1920 x 1200 screen resolution, a Qualcomm Snapdragon Pro S4, a thinner and lighter design, it offers an 80% speed boost and 4x the graphics performance over its predecessor.
However, there could be a cause for concern as a recent picture shows that the device’s “Nexus” sticker on the back may not be inserted properly, or at least well enough to last a mere 10 minutes of use.
Although the device could have been tampered with, as the sticker most likely didn’t just “pop out,” this could be somewhat of a cause for concern for some consumers looking to purchase the tablet. Word says that not many other people that have already gotten their hands on the device are having similar issues— how about you guys?
Again, not a major cause for concern, as this was either most likely improper use/tampering, or just a rare manufacturing defect.
Source: Phone Arena