Some of the other notable specifications are that the 1 GB of RAM doubles that of their competition in the Kindle Fire. Also the Nook Tablet boasts 16 GB internal memory with an SD card slot for added storage again doubling the Kindle Fire. The screen is the same 7 inch 1024×600 IPS panel as the Nook Color. We had assumed that the new Nook Tablet would improve its display although that doesn’t seem to be the case from what we know know.
The Nook Tablet will be running another highly modified version of Android focused on the digital content that Barnes & Noble offers. This modified version of the Android operating system will probably not be accepted by avid Android users but more by those that are in the e-reader demographics. If Barnes and Noble wants to reach the Android audience that it seems a full on tablet would be suited for they will need to allow their highly modified OS to be slightly less modified. This aside they are also offering free access to the “Nook Cloud” system for safe storage with your device.
We are sure that one of the first major things you will hear about this tablet within the Android community will be a root method as well as a ROM to flash the device to a more pure version of Android. As we get more information on the Nook Tablet and ways to modify them in the event you don’t like the skin they have placed on the OS we will let you all know. In the mean time we would like to hear about what everyone thinks of the new tablet by Barnes and Noble.