The much-expected device was launched earlier than planned, and now it is receiving two over-the-air updates. The first update comes to your device when it is first connected to WiFi and it brings your Nexus 7 up to version JWR66N. The tablet will then shut down and reboot, and when the update is ready, you will have to connect to your Google account once again. In the case of the second update, you can select the “remind me later” button as your notification pops on the screen and update whenever you feel like it.
After the second update, your Nexus 7 will reach version JSS15J. Nexus 7 was first set to be released on July 31, then on July 24. It immediately became available for pre-order on Best Buy and other third party retailers like Staples or Amazon and, according to our source, today is the day it will hit Google’s Play Store. The Nexus 7 has a display of 1,920 x 1,200 pixels resolution and will run on a Quad-Core Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 600 processor. It will also have a better LTE connectivity than its predecessor and will run Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, as we mentioned earlier.
The device is available for the same price tag regardless the place it is purchased from, so be prepared to pay $239.99 for the 16GB model or $269.99 for the 32GB model. The new Nexus 7 features a 5MP rear camera and a 1.2MP snapper on the front, and also 2GB of RAM. Many improvements from the first model, and with the two OTA updates, it’s going to work great. We are waiting for our readers who own this device to share their opinion on the changes. Don’t forget to update.