Google took only a week after Apple’s unveiling of their new tablets to introduce what they had in the box. Now there are three Nexus devices in total in different sizes, the Nexus 4, Nexus 7 and Nexus 10. Along with these, the Android 4.2 Key Lime Pie system has also been introduced with new and updated features.
Let’s talk about the oldest member of this clan first, Nexus 7. Back in June 2012, when Google launched the Nexus 7, it was taken to be the highest-end tablet of its time with a very affordable price tag. Made with collaboration of Asus, that Wi-Fi only tablet now is improved to be a 3G one and is called Asus Google Nexus 7 Cellular. Now this tablet can hold up to 32 GB of data. The thing which can pull this fully-loaded tablet in the race with the biggest competitor, iPad Mini Wi-Fi and Cellular model, is the lack of having support for the 4G network. If that is not concerned, since 4G is not really available in every nook and corner of this planet, Google Nexus 7 holds one of the strongest places in the competition.
The smallest and newest member of the Nexus family and the only smart phone there is the Nexus 4. Created in partnership with LG, this smart phone presents quite a likeable approach to the consumers. A Quad-Core 1.5 GHz CPU with a 2 GB RAM seems to be the recipe of a smashingly fast performing device to put hands on. The 4.7-inch display is pretty much enough for a phone and the true high definition appearance has about 16 million colours working there. The other thumbs up features would be the wireless recharging, like the Nokia Lumia 920, the 8 MP camera with full HD (1080p) recording and the Photo Sphere™ application whcih makes this smarty a pretty good photography machine as well.
Last but absolutely not the least, there is another new promising member to the Nexus clan, and that is the 10.1-inch tablet, Nexus 10. The stunningly high resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels is what that made Google claim it to be the “highest resolution tablet on this planet”. When Samsung and Google, the two toppers in the smart device world join together, the outcome has to be something to stir buzz everywhere. The Nexus 10 tab is preaching exactly that message and the features it comes with are quite supportive to that claim too. The Wi-Fi only connectivity can be something to consider to be updated in the next version, but for now, for plain and preeminent tablet purposes that requires no voice communication, the Nexus 10 is actually way good enough.
Features and pricewise, many experts, and users as well tend to keep the Nexus devices ahead in the race of smart portable gadgets since they believe the future lies in these. The inclusion of these three new devices is really going to make things exciting in the upcoming holiday shopping plans.
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