Isn’t Google’s Best Gadget Now In Three Sizes? Yup! Nexus

These days it is very common people are having more than one device. More to this, it is also becoming common switching from one device to another and to further another. It can be many.

I must say Google has done some fine tuning to this habit of today’s mankind. It has streamlined its hardware line for Android devices to help you get rid of all the hassles, if any of course. Simply sign in with a Google Account and you are ready to go, to whichever device you opt for.

Google launched yesterday three sizes of its best and most preferred Nexus. It launched one Nexus smartphone and two Nexus tablets i.e. Nexus 4 phone, Nexus 10 tablet and upgraded Nexus 7 tablet. Yes, now small, medium and large Nexus for you from the Web giant. Oh yes, all the three devices run on latest mobile operating system – Android 4.2 Jelly Bean.

We have covered a good review on this just released Android 4.2 Jelly Bean OS. Just check in case you want to know more about this mobile OS and why it is different from Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.

Nexus 4 Smartphone

Nexus 4 is built by South Korean company LG and is successor to Galaxy Nexus that was developed by Samsung and launched last year. Nexus 4 got good amount of improvements. It sports 4.7-inch display and claims to offer display resolution of 1280 x 768 pixels. Powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon S4 quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM, the phone includes Photo Sphere feature that helps taking 360-degree panoramic pictures.

Nexus 7 Upgraded Tablet

You might know Google’s Nexus 7 tablet by now. Why not, because it made all the required buzz to offer the best ever tablet PC at just $199 after Amazon’s Kindle Fire that too was sold at such a low price. Well, the Nexus 7 of last year just facilitated storage of 8GB. External storage is not allowed. Even though the upgraded Nexus 7 tablet still disallows external storage but Google has increased the on-board storage to 16GB and 32GB respectively in two variants.

Nexus 10 Brand New Tablet

Shall I say Nexus 10 can become a full-fledged iPad fighter? Just give a thought as it has got the highest ever resolution display – 2560 x 1600 pixels with 300 ppi. The tablet is built by Samsung and Google claims it will offer 9 hours of battery with continuous video playback. In standby mode it can stay alive for about 500 hours. It is available in two variants – 16GB and 32GB on-board storage. The tablet is powered by dual-core processor and is equipped with 8 MP primary camera, 1.9 MP front camera, built-in NFC and a pair of front facing stereo speakers.

Yup! Now you have three Nexus in three different sizes to make you feel that your personal gadgets are from one same family.

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