pixel resolution display, 1GHz processor, 1GB of RAM, 8GB of internal storage, and a 4270mAh battery. However, there are a couple odd things about the listing.The info comes from GL Benchmark, and shows a tablet labeled as "ME172V", which is said to be an ASUS tablet. If this is really the Nexus 7 built to hit the $99 price point, it is listed as having a 1024 x 600
First of all, the tablet is listed as running Android 4.1.1, which is a bit old for a Nexus device. It's not even the latest incremental 4.1 update, let alone 4.2 or 4.2.1. The second oddity is that the tablet is listed as having an SD card slot, which is something Google has been moving away from with recent Nexus releases.