After a great deal of analysis and development, it appears that a lot of anxiously anticipated news is here. I think even so, we have heard much of this before. In any case, there are generally a couple more particulars that could be gleaned from these news articles.
The 2012 Nexus 7 and 1st-gen iPad mini both had sketchy display resolution. But no worries there anymore, as these latest models are razor-sharp. The Nexus 7 does display a wider range of colors, though that probably isn’t something you’d notice unless you put the two side-by-side. Software iOS and Android each have their fans, but the iPad’s App Store still has a much bigger and better selection of tablet apps. The Nexus 7’s screen is small enough that stretched-out phone apps don’t look too bad on it, but its dedicated tablet app library lags far behind. The Android 4.4 KitKat update is still in the process of rolling out to the Nexus 7. So if you buy one today, you might still be on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean for a little while.
Anyone may be able to pick up a lot more by means of the original resource at http://www.gizmag.com/nexus-7-vs-ipad-mini-retina/29941/