Hey all, I have a 7" 2013 Nexus 7 which has served me very well. Dropped it and smashed the screen a couple of years ago, and replaced the screen, but it has never been the same since, and now is starting to have other problems as well. This coupled with the fact that it is no longer receiving security updates, and that the few Nougat projects for it seem to have stagnated and died in beta-like state, has me thinking that maybe its time to put it to rest. It had a good 4 year run. Question is, is there anything at all like it out there to replace it? Ideally it would be a smallish tablet like the Nexus 7, with a OEM that cares enough to offer frequent security updates. I don't really care much about the hardware or resolution. The 1080p and slowish older hardware the Nexus 7 has are already good enough for me. I mostly use it for navigation in my car, and a handful of other things like that. The larger screen of the Nexus 7 compared to a phone, makes it much easier to glance at to keep up with my directions than with a phone, and it frees up my phone to be the car music player, and allows me to take handsfree calls without interrupting my directions. Question is, does anything like I want exist? Relatively low cost 7" tablet with modest hardware and frequent security updates? I'd appreciate any suggestions. Is the Dell Venue 8 7000 any good? EDIT: Thanks for all the input guys. I found a cheap 8" T-Mobile LG G Pad X (v521) on Swappa, and put LineageOS on it and am pretty happy. It's not high end by any means, but it gets the job done as my navigation device. Note: Installing custom recovery was MUCH more involved than the LineageOS install guide would suggest.