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This fall, Google will release its new operating system and rumors suggest that it will be name 7.0 Nutella, because of the suggestion made by Android senior vice president Hiroshi Lockheimer, after posting a photo on Twitter of him looking up for the word “Nutella” on Google’s search engine. This was the spark that lit the fire and it made users speculate that the upcoming Android 7.0 N OS will be called Nutella.

If rumors are correct, the Google Nexus 7 2016 will come pre-installed with Android 7.0 Nutella, which has been tested by owners of a few Nexus devices that have been accepted to be part of the testing program. The Android N Developer Preview 4 can be installed on Nexus 5X, 6P, 6, 9, Nexus Player, Pixel C, General Mobile 4G (Android One) and even on Sony’s Xperia Z3. Users had access to the new features that will be introduced in Android N “Nutella”, such as Dark Mode, new Dava Saver, the ability to change display size, redesigned notifications shade, revamped Quick Settings panel, new settings menu, freeform window mode, enhanced Doze Mode, multi-window mode etc.

These features will be available in the new Android 7.0 N and they should run well with the Google Nexus 7 2016. The device is expected to be released with an NVIDIA Tegra X1 or Snapdragon 820 chip which will support 4GB of RAM and a maximum capacity of 2TB for external storage, by adding a microSD card.

It will have a 12MP rear camera and a selfie camera of 5MP, both competing with cameras of flagship smartphones. The Nexus 6, which was released in November 2014 with a 13MP rear camera and a 2MP front camera, has received a priced drop and now it costs only $180, which is a sign that Google is preparing to release the Nexus 7 2016 device soon. Maybe in August or September, if the Android 7.0 N will be launched by that time.

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