If you are looking to pick up the Nexus 7 2013 over the course of this month with all of the discounts flying around, you’ll find the following information useful for you. Over the weekend we gave you a heads-up on how the Nexus 7 2013 compares to the cheaper Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 7-inch.
Now though, we have a specific look at how the Nexus 7 will operate when running on the very latest version of Android – that being Android 4.4 Kitkat. Just to remind you, Google has recently started the first wave of Android 4.4 and the new Nexus 7, as well as Nexus 10 are just some of the devices that are already eligible for an update.
The video that we have included below offers an honest Nexus 7 2013 Android 4.4 Kitkat review in the space of just over 6 minutes. It’s a great summary and a very useful heads-up for those that have just picked up a new Nexus 7 2nd-gen model, but are unsure as to whether you should update so quickly or not.
You’ll see the the touch input is absolutely seamless when navigating through the Kitkat interface, cementing the fact that the Nexus 7 truly is one of the best tablets on the market right now for the $200-230 price tag.
Have a look at this quick heads-up below and let us know if you have already been lucky enough to install Kitkat early on your device. Is it a massive improvement over Jelly Bean in your opinion, or just a minor upgrade?
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