One of the things that stood out during the presentation of the ASUS Nexus 7 tablet was separate interface of Android. Initially it was thought that Android 4.1 Jellybean tablets for a new interface or that Google would bring a smartphone interface would have the Nexus 7. Now it appears that Google has a different interface for 7 inch tablet has been developed.
With Android 4.0 and Android Honeycomb Ice Cream Sandwich, Google had two different interfaces: one for smartphones and one for tablets. With the release of Android 4.1 Jellybean here comes yet another interface to. Smaller tablets, probably around 7 inches, get an interface like the Nexus 7 is shown. This is reminiscent of the smartphone interface but it is specially designed for tablets.
7 inch tablets
Differences with the tablet interface, the notification bar at the top of the screen (and unfolded) instead of the taskbar at the bottom and the fact that the interface is stuck in portrait (vertical) mode. Home Screens can not be used in landscape mode but applications have this ability. Thus, the GMail app on the Nexus 7 interface to different ‘windows’. In horizontal mode you can see a list of links to your emails and the right e-mail you are viewing.
10 inch tablets
Tablets with a larger display, probably around 10 inches, get in Android 4.1 Jellybean to the interface that we know of tablets that run on Android 3.0 or higher. This interface adapts to the orientation of the tablet and has a notification bar that is integrated with the taskbar at the bottom.
There are with the advent of so Jellybean three different interfaces: one for “large” tablets, a ‘small’ tablets and one for smartphones. Yet it is not entirely clear which interface the tablet appears. Indeed, there are already tablets with a screen size of 7.7 inch or 8.9 inch launched what exactly between 7 inches and 10 inches in fall.
More information about the availability, price specifications found on the product page of the Nexus 7 tablet .