Here we are in 2019, the year where dual, triple, quadruple cameras, in-display fingerprint scanner, edge-to-edge screen. flexible display, smartphones with 6-10GB RAM are common but who’s still using Asus Nexus 7 2013 in 2019?
I do. I’m still actively using the tablet that Google released back in 2013. With archaic design – thick bezels, no fingerprint scanner at all, single lens camera, 2GB RAM, the tablet is still rocks in 2019 – perhaps thanks to its 2GB RAM size and the community behind (XDA Dev here) who supports the tablet. Do you even know if Nexus 7 2013 has wireless charging feature and supports LTE?
Things I do with my Nexus 7 2013:
- Taste the latest Android build: was installing Android Oreo (based on Lineage OS), in case you are interested, here’s the link on XDA forum for Wi-Fi only and for LTE.
- Convert the tablet to retro gaming console and handheld like Nintendo Switch
- Make it as my Entertainment center: listen to Spotify, watch YouTube videos
The tablet won’t run games like Fortnite, but I’m pretty happy with all the retro console games I can play with it.
In case any of you guys are still owning and using Nexus 7 2013 in 2019, do share here, what are you using the Nexus 7 2013 for? What tweaks/apps/games are you guys using?
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