|Standing screen display size||8.9 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1536 x 2048 Pixels|
|Number of USB 2.0 Ports||1|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||18 Hours|
Google Nexus 9 Tablet (8.9-Inch, 16 GB, White)
|Wireless Communication Technology||Wi-Fi|
|Operating System||Android 5.0 Lollipop|
|Other camera features||Rear, Front|
|RAM Installed Size||16 GB|
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- Android 5.0 Lollipop; 8.9-Inch IPS LCD TFT Display; QXGA (2048x1536)
- NVIDIA Tegra K1 2.3 GHz Processor
- 16 GB Flash Memory, 2 GB RAM Memory
- 1.6MP Front Camera; 8MP Rear Camera
- 0.96 pounds; 802.11ac WiFi; 2x2 (MIMO)
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|Item Weight||0.94 lbs||1.11 lbs||0.65 lbs||1.00 lbs|
|Operating System||Android 5.0 Lollipop||—||Fire OS||Android 7.0 Nougat|
|Wireless Communication Technology||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi||Wi-Fi||4G, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi+4G|
At a Glance:
- A sweet new take on Android - Android 5.0 Lollipop
- 8.9” IPS LCD display with 4:3 aspect ratio constructed from Gorilla Glass 3
- Dual front-facing speakers with HTC BoomSound
- 8MP rear camera – 1.6MP front camera
- 64-bit NVIDIA Tegra K1 Dual Denver @ 2.3GHz CPU
- Quad-band GSM, CDMA, Penta-band HSPA, LTE
- Micro-USB 2.0
- 3.5mm audio
Designed with you in mind
Fit for your hand
With a soft grip back and subtle curves, the Nexus 9 tablet strikes a slim profile that’s light and comfortable for work or play.
Built with a thin bezel, brushed metal sides, clean lines and unique colors, the Nexus 9 tablet is sleek and sturdy.
Watch, listen, and play
Perfectly sized display
The 8.9" screen is big enough to work and watch on, but small enough to carry around in one hand.
Crisp, clear sound
Sound is more immersive, layered and distortion-free with front-facing HTC BoomSound speakers.
With the 64-bit processor, easily move between tabs to check email, watch videos, and tweak docs — all at once.
From work to play and back again
Easily switch between editing documents, browsing the web, watching movies, and listening to music.
Get stuff done
The magnetically attached, fully-responsive keyboard allows you to type at different angles. Sold separately, it helps you get stuff done at home, at the office, and on the go.
Introducing Lollipop, our sweetest release yet
Nexus devices get the latest Android OS updates first, so you have a superior software experience.
Your device, your rules
For fewer worries and disruptions, adjust your settings so only certain people and notifications get through. When it’s important, respond to messages directly from your lockscreen.
Colors are bold, animations are fluid and shapes are richly textured. And the Lollipop experience is consistent across all of your Android devices.
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I am quickly falling out of love with HTC. My most recent "smart" phone, HTC One M8, has been a major disappointment. Now I have a Nexus 9 and so far, another major disappointment. It is very slow to charge and way to quick to drain the battery. It is constantly overheating. The upper right back gets almost too hot to touch. I am guess that is where the processor is located.
The size is a bit awkward, just a little too wide to hold comfortably. Many of the apps are stretched to fit the width and are distorted, that messes with my eyes and my mind. The shell has nice, clean, sharp edges, adding to the discomfort when held. The power and volume buttons are set to low, almost recessed, again the shell making them difficult to locate and push.
I give it 3 stars, because I can not give it 2.5. It is barely OK.
I had to change my rating to 2 stars. The more i use the tablet, the less i like it. The speakers are not the same quality as even my M8. The more apps i use, the more the distortion on the the screen as they stretch to fill the Nexus 9 awkward proportions, the more i grow bored with the ill looking graphics. The constant difficulty in locating and pushing the power and volume buttons is getting very annoying. Where were google's quality folks when this was being designed?
However, they're all right. There is a huge variation in manufacturing tolerances.
In the picture below, you'll see the first Nexus 9 I received from Amazon on the RIGHT (Serial Prefix: HT4B9) and the second (an exchange from Amazon) on the LEFT (Serial Prefix: HT4AN)
I'm obviously keeping the exchange (the one on the left).
In all fairness, the picture exaggerates the problem a little. It's not _that_ bad. But if you're watching a letterboxed movie, it's noticeable enough to be distracting.
It's not all roses and gumdrops with the second one though: the vibrate motor is actually audible on the second one. On the first one, I don't think there's any way an adult human could hear the thing vibrate as you type. On the second one, the motor is definitely audible. It's not so loud that people will change seats on the train to get away from you, but loud enough that you'll note that it's not silent.
Lastly, the screen itself is slightly warmer on the second model. There's no way to calibrate the color balance so I have to imagine it's a different panel altogether. Also, the off-angle viewing is different .. not really better on one or the other, just a little different.
On both units, the 'hollow back' problem that people report is present. But I'm putting this thing in a case so it doesn't really matter to me.
Point being: you might have to order and exchange a couple of these before you get one you like. And no surprise, Amazon is a champ about making that easy as pie.
Top reviews from other countries
It has one hardware issue which is a deal breaker. The graphics card after two months of use broke down. Tab starts to freeze at random with a blurring noise and has to be forced to restart and sometimes it lands in same situation. This is a well known issue and web search can lead to many related posts.
Amazon initially misled me to get a refund from HTC but later asked me to deal with HTC directly.
Finally I approached the HTC service center in Bangalore. And HTC service center is the worst of its kind. And I could see most of its latest model mobile phones run into issues at the service center. And it's staff are duping customers by returning devices after factory reset and without fixing. And they don't update device status for customer support system to reflect accurate status.
I submitted my tablet on November 14 2015 and was finally returned to me returned as of 31 March 2016 after replacing the motherboard.
And call center has no way to get status from back end team. There are no means to escalate the issue
I just learned this a few days ago. Can you send a new battery, this would be greatly appreciated. Or what options available to me.
Cons: It takes huge time to charge. Battery life is average. No expandable storage!