by Chris Smith, 1 year ago
Google is rumored to announce its first Android tablet in a few weeks, at its annual Google I/O conference. The 7-inch device, meant to be an affordable direct Amazon Kindle Fire competitor, is going to…
The brand new Nexus 7 Jelly Bean tablet, despite being more resistant than the iPad in drop and water tests, still has some issues of its own. In addition to the screen ghosting problem and the loose display annoyance we have already shown you, we now hear the some units also come with certain backlight bleeding issues.
As you can see in the image above, obtained by PocketNow, the backlight bleeding problem is more than obvious and we’re yet to see whether it’s related to the loose display matter.
While Asus provided various answers regarding the Nexus 7 – explaining why there’s no rear-camera on the device – it’s yet to go on record on this problems affecting certain units. And Google has not come out to detail these issues either.
On the other hand, we have no idea how many users are affected by these (manufacturing?) problems, so we’re certainly interested in hearing more from you, Nexus 7 buyers. Did you notice such backlight bleeding on your tablet? Is the screen also coming out of its place? What about image ghosting issues?