Despite releasing at the end of 2014, there has been no serious challenger to the Nexus 9 as the premier Android tablet since – so we think it’s worth taking a look at the current Android king. Launching with the latest Android Lollipop OS, a powerful Nvidia Tegra K1 chip and a price tag of under £300 – is this the tablet you should be buying?
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For the Nexus 9, Google commissioned HTC to manufacture their flagship tablet. While this may seem strange (as previously HTC had not built a tablet since 2011), the Nexus 9 was made and with impressive specifications too. It ditches the previous low-cost strategy Google had in place, instead targeting the high-end of the market.
- 8.9-inch QXGA (2048*1536) display.
- Dual-core Nvidia Tegra K1 CPU.
- 2GB RAM.
- Android Lollipop 5.0.
- 16 or 32GB internal storage, not expandable.
- 8MP primary camera, 1.6MP secondary.
- 6700 mAh battery.