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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

All You Need to Know about Google’s Fire-new Nexus 10, Nexus 4 and Nexus 7

What a pity to hear the news that Google's media event for its newest products is killed by hurricane Sandy. But based on its corporate blog, we have confirmed Google had originally been intended to announce its much-expected Nexus 10 tablet, Nexus 4 mobile, upgraded Nexus 7 tablet and even the updated Android 4.2 OS. So now let us take a deep look at all latest flagship devices from Google.
Google Nexus 10 tablet

As the first 10-inch tablet come to market under Google's Nexus brand, Nexus 10 has already attracted lots of attentions. Now it is on a par with Apple's iPad 4, Amazon's Kindle Fire and even Microsoft's Windows Surface. It can be said that abovementioned items are heating up the holiday sales season.

If you always keep eyes on the latest tech news, you must find that this 10-inch tablet comes with 2560 x 1600p screen resolution, which is the highest one in current tablet market and even beats the Retina Display of iPad 3 and iPad 4. Personally, this is the only one big bragging point on Nexus 10. Besides, inside the device is a dual-core 1.7 GHz CPU with 2GB of RAM. The Nexus 10 also features a 5MP rear camera and a 1.9MP front camera for video chat. Thanks to its 9,000mAh battery power, it can be used for 9 hours of continuous video playback and 500 hours standby time is available as well. Like what you expect, this device ships with freshest Android 4.2 and some new features like gesture typing are added to Nexus 7. Well, you can also find NFC, built-in micro-HDMI port and twin stereo speakers on this tablet.

Nexus 7 will go on sale on November 13. The 16GB version starts at $400, while 32GB is at $500. People in US, UK, Australia, France, Germany, Spain, Canada and Japan are the luckiest ones to get this excellent tablet at the first time.
Google Nexus 4

As a product built with the cooperation between LG and Google, You will easily find that Nexus 4 picks up nearly all designs ideas from LG Optimus G, except for its Android 4.2 OS.

This mobile includes a 4.7-inch screen with 1280×768 resolution. What insides is a Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 quad-core CPU, which is clocked at 1.5GHz and with 2GB RAM. An 8MP rear camera, 1.3MP front shooter, NFC, wireless charging can be found on Nexus 4 as well. No support for LTE, no Micro-SD card slot. It will be available in 8GB and 16GB version, which separately price at $299 and $399.

Perhaps you will be interested in its new feature called Photo Sphere, which supports you to take 360-degree panoramic images and upload them to Google+ and Google Maps. Just like Nexus 10, you can enjoy the Gesture Typing feature on Nexus 4 as well. This new flagship Android handset will be released on Nov. 13.
Google Nexus 7

An upgraded version for Google's best-selling product Nexus 7 comes out as well. Now, you can get 16GB Nexus 7 with a price at $199, get 32GB Wi-Fi version at $249, and get 32GB 3G version at $299.

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