The Nexus 10 is a high-end 10″ Android tablet that will go up against the iPad on its release. Here’s everything you need to know about the Google Nexus 10.
Alongside the Nexus 4, and modified Nexus 7, the Nexus 10 was the third device to be announced at Google’s recent Playground event. There’s a lot to love about the new tablet and will be the main competitor against Apple’s iPad. Below is everything you need to know about the new Nexus 10 tablet that everyone is talking about.
Prefer Google Currents to Flipboard? Or perhaps VLC instead of MX Player? Well then you need to take part in Apps Magazine’s App of the Year Readers’ Choice Award.
Are you a Pinterest ‘pinaholic’? Do you love the vintage feel of Instagram? Are you addicted to Draw Something? Show support for your favourite app and vote for them in Apps Magazine Best Apps of Year Awards new Readers’ Choice category.
As well as those mentioned above, the 10 iPhone, iPad and Android apps nominated in this category include Songpop, Netflix, Endomondo Sports Tracker, Rdio, Paper by FiftyThree, Khan Academy and Google Chrome.
“With this award we wanted to recognize our readers, who regularly share their favourite apps with us on Twitter and Facebook,” said Jack Parsons, Apps Magazine Deputy Editor. “We encourage all of them to get behind their overall favourite app of the year and take part in the Awards.”
The LG Nexus 4 will be offered on contract by O2 UK. Here’s what you need to know about getting your hands on the Nexus 4 on O2.
O2 are the first UK mobile network to confirm they’ll be offering the LG Nexus 4 next month. Although their ‘coming soon’ page offers little details, with the LG Nexus 4 launching on November the 13th, we expect to see O2 launch around the same time.
Their page also doesn’t mention how much the device will cost on contract. But with the device available for £239-SIM free from the Play store, we expect that they’ll offer 24-month contracts, with the device being free.
Expect other popular UK mobile networks to also offer the Nexus 4 on contract.
Via: O2 UK
The LG Nexus 4 is the first device to be running Android 4.2. Here’s the information you need about the new phone in the Nexus range.
The hotly anticipated LG Nexus 4 has officially been announced, despite Google’s Playground event being called off.
The device includes a 4.7-inch True HD IPS display (320 PPI), as well as a Snapdragon quad-core processor and a whopping 2GB of RAM. There’s also an 8-megapixel camera, and the device will have the latest Gorilla Glass coating.
Most importantly the device will be running Android 4.2. Although most of the changes are incremental, uses will find several features worth exploring. Included is Gesture Typing, allowing the user to glide their finger over the letter they want to type, improved voice search, and even more features packed in to Google Now.
Via: Official Google Blog
The LG Nexus 4 will be the next flagship Android device running Android 4.2. Below is the launch price of the LG Nexus 4.
Despite Google’s Playground event being postponed due to Hurricane Sandy in the NYC area, that hasn’t stopped the Nexus 4 from rearing its head on the UK high street.
Carphone Warehouse have listed the device at £390 off contract, which for a flagship device is rather cheap. Contracts start at £31, but with several carriers on-board, there are bound to be some great deals if you shop around.
The promo shots from Carphone Warehouse can be viewed over at the XDA Developer forums.
Via: XDA Forums
From the LG Nexus 4 and Android 4.2, to the iOS/Android hybrid phone, here’s a round-up of everything we expect to see, and not to see, at Google’s Playground event.
There’s less than a week until Google’s Playground event on October 29th. As you’d expect, the rumours have been coming thick and fast, but we’ve sorted through the various PR to give you round-up of everything we expect to see on October 29th.
Likely announcements at Google’s Playground event