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June 6, 2020
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HTC Nexus 8 to debut with Android L and 64-bit Tegra power

WASHINGTON: Search engine giant Google is eyeing to launch its flagship tablet Google Nexus 8, now new report recons that the device could feature Android L and 64-bit Tegra processor.

Google have the successive runs with Google Nexus 7 last year and now company is eyeing to launch Nexus 7 successor the Nexus 8.

According to reports the device likely to be co-manufactured by Google and HTC. Recently Google co-created its flagship smartphone Google Nexus 5 with LG.

According to GforGames, the HTC 0P8210000 (the model ID which has been linked to the Nexus 8 in the past) has popped up in the Korean version of the FCC – the RRA.

Four tweets reveal a selection of specs for the HTC T1, which the leaker says is “a.k.a Flounder/Volantis”.

If the leak is correct the Nexus 8 could be a very tasty tablet, with a 64-bit processor and 4GB of RAM touted alongside a 8MP rear camera, 1.6MP front camera, NFC, GPS and Android L.

They also note that the tablet will not be sporting HTC’s Sense overlay, providing yet another hint that this could be a Google branded product.

Google is expected to announced the Nexus 8 tablet – if it exists – around October this year, so we’ve still got a few months at least before we find out if there is any truth in these rumors.