Google Nexus 9 review

If you are in the market for a new Tablet then the latest Google / HTC collaboration will probably be one you will want to consider. In our Google Nexus 9 review we take a look at this tablet and discover a device that should be at the top of your list.


Google Nexus 9 design


The Google Nexus 9 design has many characteristics to love including softly curved edges and a soft feel back which delivers a firm surface to grip. Showing an air of quality, this tablet has a brushed metal strip that extends around the edges and there is a thin bezel between the screen and edge.


Available in black, gold or grey, the Nexus 9 has a large 8.9” IPS LCD display that has good viewing angles for when you want to share the experience. The display is protected by Corning Gorilla Glass so there is peace of mind in the durability department.


Google Nexus 9 design


A 2.3GHZ 64-bit dual-core processor with 2GB RAM powers the Nexus 9 and inside we find a 32GB memory that can be expanded upon via the MicroSD card slot.


Google Nexus 9 features


The first and probably the most attractive feature of the Google Nexus 9 is that it is the first tablet to run on Android Lollipop v5.0. There are many updates to enjoy including 3D styled effects, intelligently ordered notifications and the new Google Fit app.


You will also enjoy a new battery saving mode that will assist the 6700mAh battery in offering you a decent amount of usage between charges. If media enjoyment is one of your priorities then you will also be interested and excited to see the HTC BoomSound speakers included in the design.


Google Nexus 9 camera


The Google Nexus 9 camera has a great resolution at 8 megapixels and this is accompanied by a forward facing camera rated at 1.6 megapixels.


Google Nexus 9 camera


Google Nexus 9 verdict


The Google Nexus 9 is a great tablet choice as you get to enjoy the best bits of Google and HTC on one device. We see nothing to complain about so you really should consider putting the Google Nexus 9 towards the top of your short list.


Written by: Michael Brown

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