the Samsung Nexus 10, LG Nexus 4, and 32GB Nexus 7 (along with a new HSPA+ model), despite the fact that it had to cancel its Android event because of Hurricane Sandy. Later on in the week, we went hands-on with the Nexus 10 and the Nexus 4, before bringing you full reviews of each device on Friday. With each running Android 4.2 out of the box and each packing a number of new features, we're going to have suggest that any Android fan at least give them a look.
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Samsung and Google. The tablet that has outdone Apple and their "Retina" displays, the tablet that packs the latest version of Android, and the tablet with the absolute highest resolution to date -- coming in at 2560x1600. This is true HD! The Samsung-made Google Nexus 10 is up on our review table, and it's glorious. The screen is stunning, the processor is blazing fast, and of course we have Android 4.2 Jelly Bean powering this slate. Can this be the best tablet around just as the Nexus 7 has? Read on to see our full thoughts and tons of pictures.
Samsung-made Nexus 10 is certainly a feast for the eyes, especially with that beautiful 2560x1600 display. There's just one problem: there aren't many Android developers who fine tune their apps for use on tablets. Instead of making a version of their app for Android tablets, a number of developers will just blow up their smartphone apps, which doesn't exactly make for the prettiest of experiences. Google is looking to change that, urging developers to focus on the tablet experience when it comes to their apps.
Google's new line up of Nexus devices, and Android director of user services Matias Duarte has hopped on Google Plus to answer the questions Nexus fans undoubtedly have. Android users took him up on his offer to answer questions on these new Nexus devices, with hundreds posting comments to his Google Plus profile. At the time of this writing, Duarte has only gotten around to answering two questions, but the two answers he's given are definitely worth noting.
Google officially announced Android 4.2 earlier today. We touched on some of the new features right after Google's announcement, but now that things have calmed down a bit, we can go into further depth. Read on to find out about some of the brand new features found in Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, but before you do, prepare yourself - some of the new features are pretty awesome.
Google may have been forced to cancel its Android event in New York City today due to the threat of hurricane Sandy, but that isn't stopping it from making announcements anyway. Google has officially revealed the Samsung-made Nexus 10 tablet, and it seems like most of the rumors and leaks were indeed true. For starters, Google has confirmed that the Nexus 10 will be running Android 4.2 out of the box, so get excited.
Samsung made Google Nexus 10 tablet has decided to pose for a quick video showing off that glorious 2560 x 1600 HD display and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. The video is a "teaser" in every sense of the word. Being only about 5 seconds in length, but we figured you'd all enjoy it so take a peek below.
Android event on Monday in New York City where we'd be seeing multiple new devices from the Mountain View company, but we have some bad news this afternoon. We can confirm that Google has indeed canceled their Android event scheduled for Monday, October 29th due to Hurricane Sandy.
Android event is scheduled for Monday, October 29th, but we're still seeing loads of leaks and tips come in before the big day. Earlier today we got our first look at the Samsung Nexus 10, and now we're getting another look at one more thing Google could be announcing come Monday. Meet the Nexus Wireless Charging Pad!
Nexus 10! We are getting our first look at Google and Samsung's brand new Nexus 10 tablet in all its glory thanks to an entire gallery of photos leaked by BriefMobile. While many of the specs were already known, this confirms some of the previous rumors and puts everything to rest just days before Google's official event. Read on for the full rundown and a few more pictures.