According to Evan “wikileaks” Blass, Google may be launching a 7-inch, Huawei-manufactured tablet with 4GB of RAM before the end of the year. Rumor has it that this new tablet with be a Nexus successor, but – like the new “Nexus” phones – it won’t sport the Nexus name. The trademark simply calls it the Huawei 7P.

Google hasn’t exactly been hitting it out of the park when it comes to their Android tablets, but the Nexus 7 remains a fan favorite with its affordability, convienent size, and decent screen. With that in mind, hopefully Huawei is bring the fans more of what they really want.

Google will supposedly hold an event on October 4th, where they will be announcing a couple new phones, a new 4k-enabled Chromecast, and their Daydream VR headset. If Blass is correct and this new tablet is arriving before the year is over, expect it to show up at the event too.

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