‘Google Tablet’ Is Coming In First Half Of 2012 [BREAKING]

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The Tablet has revolutionized the whole world and none of the part of the world is remained inaccessible from its grab.  One side Apple has dominated by introducing its extraordinary iPad 2 while other side Kindle Fire has exploited – a sort of – the Tablet market by its low-pricing and awesome features. Other competitor like RIM’s Playbook is ravenous to find out its position in the market.

Despite of cut-throat competition in Tablet market, Google has decided to test the waters by taking the decision to manufacture its own tablet. It might like to a retch, but it’s true, the company’s Executive chairman—Eric Schmidt—revealed in an interview with an Italian newspaper “Corriere Della Sera” this week. The chairman has stated that there are enough synergies for company to launch its own tablet in the first half of 2012.

The company seems not to stay deceased just to watch the game of the other tablet players riding on the success of Android. It’s quite clear that the market has filched by the maneuvers of Apple and Amazon’s Kindle Fire. The company’s chairman Eric Schmidt said  that in the next six months they plan to market a tablet of the highest quality. He feels that by introducing such a device would be guaranteed to increase the “brutal competition between Apple and Google Android.”

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Really, it’s not possible for any company to dominate in the smartphone market without hardware set up. That’s the reason why Google has decided to compete Apple in the atrocious competition. The company might make penetration with the collaboration of OEM—original equipment manufacturer. It’s also the probability that after the acquisition of Motorola the company would have another option to manufacture its hardware constituents.

Recently, the company has shown its inclination towards Samsung Galaxy Nexus model and it might also be continued in upcoming days. Also, presently, a number of tablets manufacturers work on the Android platform including Kindle Fire.

Google’s Android has proven itself as one of the outstanding mobile operating system in the world and it’s the time for the company to manufacture its own device. Amazingly, there is still a room for the Google tablets to enter into the market, which might be jeopardy for its rivals.

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