Posts tagged Nexus
Google Nexus 4 Hands On At Gadget Show Live Christmas

A successor to the company’s previous flagship handset – the Galaxy Nexus – the Nexus 4, inspired in design by Google but built by LG, it’s one of the most fully-featured smartphones currently at market – that is, if you can manage to secure stock from the Google Play Store – but also one of the most affordable, coming in at £239 for the 8GB and £279 for the 16GB. Without question, this is one Nexus worth getting excited about.

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Google Unveils The Nexus 4

It's not hard to love Google at this particular moment in time. Behind some of the most consistently-fascinating software (Android, Google Maps, itself), the company's recent foray into hardware is a tantalising prospect. With Nexus 7 being joined by 10-inch iPad rival the Nexus 10, Google today also took to lifting the curtains on a brand-new smartphone, the Nexus 4.

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Google Nexus 10 Confirmed By Leaked Manual

The Google Nexus 10 is coming; this much we can pretty much guarantee, with as many leaks coming from Google HQ and beyond as is becoming annoyingly customary with a modern-day product launch. Going under the name ‘Codename Manta’, we already understand the successor to the immensely-popular Nexus 7 (the best-selling Android tablet) will likely be running Android 4.2 Jellybean and will purportedly boast a truly staggering, Retina-smashing resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels (16:10), but now we might just have the first clues of what it will look like.

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Google Nexus 7 Review

Let's be honest, Android tablets have been a sort of sketchy affair.  A mish-mash of hardware form factors and disappointing user experiences.  But that is about to change.  

"7-inch tablets are going to be dead on arrival," the late Steve Jobs proclaimed in October 2010.  Google, myself and probably lots of others would beg to differ with the Nexus 7.

The next in the line of products that present the metaphorical middle finger to OEMs and their depreciation of the stock Android experience through needless clutter and skinning, the Nexus 7 redefines your pre-conceptions of what makes a budget tablet.  This software and hardware love affair between Google and Asus has produced something with the real potential to kickstart the campaign for Android tablets as a whole.

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