Nexus 9: A Comprehensive Review of Google’s Latest Flagship Tablet

In a market flooded with phablets, it’s bold to launch the Nexus 9 as it has to run the race with both the tabs and the tabs. But, it does enjoy a desirable status as it is on the list of most awaited tech products of the year. With Android 5.0, the compact design and cool colours are going to turn heads around. Buy it for entertainment or your work, it adds elegance to your personality.

The smart device is up for release and is designed keeping every detail in mind.  Stylish, beautiful and ravishing are not adequate to delineate the device. Quite talked about, so here we add on as a participation to fully describe the device.


A fit for your hand, an 8.9-inch screen is big enough suited to your needs of work and entertainment and also small enough as a device to hold in a hand. The soft back panel gives you a subtle grip to handle the sleek design and it is light enough for play. The colours Indigo black, lunar white and sand are going to impress you. The rounded metal sides have an extravagant finish and blend in perfectly with the hues. With dimensions 228.2 x 153.7 x 7.9 mm, it is going to be more of a likeable experience even if it includes working long hours or working while on vacation.


Enjoy the Lollipop with the dual-core processor from Denver and a GB RAM complimenting both. The two variants with 16 and 32 GB store your pictures, videos and all that you want but yes if you want it to be expanded, it doesn’t give you that delight. With no external memory slot, it can be a setback for people who cannot box in for that internal space. The 64-bit processor helps you speed up tasks, moving from checking your email to reading tweets with a wink.

CPU power is good to an extent but well people may want it faster.


An 8MP primary camera is somewhat a turnoff and neither does the 1.6 MP primary camera compensate for it. So, for camera people, it is a NO. You always need to have your smartphone if you want great pictures. Autofocus, LED flash, Geo-tagging, touch focus, and face detection are a saviour.


A 6700mAh battery in the device is quite powerful. Features in the tablet are handled with ease. With 10 hours of full use keeps you going for the day. It has double the power of all smartphones and therefore is quite heavy-duty.


Here it comes, the magnetically attached keyboard. Don’t know why it hasn’t been thought of till now but yes Nexus has come to the forefront with this launch. Play, work and then play again it is all so easy. It comes separately and being fully responsive you can use it at different angles.


sound is a plus with the boom boom speakers. The sound is immersive, layered and thus distortion-free for you to have the best experience with the front speakers giving you crisp clear sound.

Here, are some specs in brief  to get a glance and decide what’s in  store:

Features Description
Dimensions 228.2 x 153.7 x 7.9 mm (8.98 x 6.05 x 0.31 in)
Display Type IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors
  colours536 x 2048 pixels, 8.9 inches (~281 ppi pixel density)
Multi-touch Yes
Protection Corning Gorilla Glass 3
SOUND Alert types Vibration; MP3, WAV ringtones
Card slot No
USB micro USB v2.0
CAMERA Primary 8 MP, 3264 x 2448 pixels, autofocus, LED flash
Secondary 1.6 MP, 720p

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Much awaited, definitely a heads-up and a double treat with simultathe neous release of Lollipop, nexus 9 is ready to roll. With a large screen, loudspeakers and magnetic keyboard being the selling points, the Amera is a setback. The battery is a standout and ready to lure in power users . With subtle and elegant colours flattering the sleek design it is not just an irresistible add-on to your gadget collection but also an elegant must must-have competition to the iPad Mini 2, it is set to frame new rules. A price of nearly 32000 INR matches the iPad in price too. With the price and the specs the ma, the rket will soon decide how well they suit each other.

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