We've been hearing about the mysterious "Google tablet" for months now and, more recently, have seen quite a bit of supporting evidence that it will be called the Nexus 7. We've even seen the back and sides of the device. What we haven't seen, however, is the interface.

Until now.


What you're looking at there is an official image of the Nexus 7, directly from Google's Play Store servers. While it's nice to finally put a face to the name, this image raises some questions, like why does it have a phone interface? Surely Google wouldn't forsake its own tablet-optimized UI... would it? Of course, it's unknown how old this image is - for all we know, it could be an older render that has been in place for some time.

There are still many, many questions that we're all dying to get answered about this upcoming device, but hopefully we'll get all the goods when the Android keynote begins in less than an hour's time.

[Thanks, Adam Boeglin]