Easily switch between editing documents, browsing the web, watching movies, and listening to music.
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.
The 8.9" screen is big enough to work and watch on, but small enough to carry around in one hand.
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.
Nexus 9 Cover transforms for expanded functionality. Bending one corner of the foldable cover launches the camera, bending two corners turns the case into a convenient stand.
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.
8.9" IPS LCD
8MP rear camera, 1.6MP front camera
CPU: 64-bit NVIDIA Tegra K1 processor 2.3 GHz
GPU: 192-core Kepler
Memory: 16 GB & 32 GB (actual formatted capacity will be less)
153.68mm x 228.25mm x 7.95mm
425g (Wi-Fi), 436g (LTE)
Indigo Black, Lunar White, Sand
Wi-Fi Browsing: Up to 9.5 hours
LTE Browsing: Up to 8.5 hours
Video Playback: Up to 9.5 hours
Wi-Fi Standby: Up to 30 days
LTE Standby: Up to 30 days
8.9" IPS LCD
4:3 aspect ratio
Corning® Gorilla® Glass 3
Double tap to wake
64-bit NVIDIA Tegra K1 Dual Denver @ 2.3GHz
192-core Kepler GPU
16GB & 32GB storage (actual formatted capacity will be less)
Qualcomm® Gobi™ modem, Quad-band GSM, WCDMA, Penta-band HSPA, 4G LTE
802.11a/b/g/n/ac 2x2 (MIMO)
8MP Rear camera
Auto-focus, LED flash
1.6MP Front camera
Ambient light sensor
Dual front-facing speakers with HTC BoomSound™
Android 5.0 Lollipop
*Testing was conducted by Google using pre-production Nexus 9 devices and software. Talk time tests used default settings with Wi-Fi off and LTE on. Standby time tests used default settings with LTE on and Wi-Fi on. Wi-Fi internet tests had Airplane Mode on with Wi-Fi connected to a test access point, while loading three popular websites cached on a local server. The Nexus 9 loaded a page, waited 40 seconds, and then loaded a page from the next site. LTE internet tests had Wi-Fi off and LTE on, and used the same testing method as the Wi-Fi internet tests.